Texas Cancer Patients Will Now Have Greater Access to Surgeries During the Pandemic Under Revised Regulations

Published Apr 21, 2020

Texas Cancer Patients Will Now Have Greater Access to Surgeries During the Pandemic Under Revised Regulations

Oncologists in Texas break down the new executive order, which lifts surgery restrictions for cancer patients, and say surgical treatment will start immediately

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