Will the Pandemic Impact My Cancer Treatment? Some Hospitals Delay Elective Surgeries as Virus Spikes Again

Updated December 16th, 2020

Will the Pandemic Impact My Cancer Treatment? Some Hospitals Delay Elective Surgeries as Virus Spikes Again

As hospitals expect another record surge of COVID-19 patients, people fighting cancer should know what to do if their treatments will be delayed or cancelled.

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