My Terminal Cancer is Now a Chronic Disease– Will They Deny Me a Ventilator For Coronavirus? “I Have a Lot More Living To Do”

Published Mar 31, 2020

My Terminal Cancer is Now a Chronic Disease– Will They Deny Me a Ventilator For Coronavirus? “I Have a Lot More Living To Do”

During COVID-19 crisis, cancer patients may be denied treatment based on disease status: "I've fought hard to live with cancer," says Feldman.

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