Italian Cancer Patients Are Facing Limited Options as Hospitals and Doctors Respond to COVID-19 Crisis: ‘Cancer Keeps Going In War And Peace’

As cancer hospitals are converted to treat COVID-19 patients, those facing the disease in Italy are seeing many treatments cancelled, according to a stark report in The Guardian.

Published Apr 8, 2020

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