Too Many Americans Skip Life-Saving Cancer Screenings Due To COVID-19; Make Sure You Aren’t One of Them

Published Jul 29, 2020

Too Many Americans Skip Life-Saving Cancer Screenings Due To COVID-19; Make Sure You Aren’t One of Them

A new study suggests 35% of Americans are choosing to skip their cancer screenings because they're afraid to leave the house. Experts say that despite the pandemic, screening is essential and could safe their life.

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