Study Shows Hispanics Have a 74% Higher Chance of Dying from COVID-19 Compared to Other Groups: What This Means for Those With Cancer

Published Nov 13, 2020

Study Shows Hispanics Have a 74% Higher Chance of Dying from COVID-19 Compared to Other Groups: What This Means for Those With Cancer

In a new study which looked at over 500,000 Medicare beneficiaries to identify the people who are at the highest risk of death from COVID-19, it found that Hispanics are at the greatest risk.

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