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Covid and Its Impact on Cancer

Patients with cancer have a significantly higher risk of COVID-19 infection when compared with people without cancer. The patients who have blood and lung cancer and those who are having anti-cancer treatment are venerable to COVID-19. These types of cancer patients have a higher death rate when compared to other cancer patients. Due to the pandemic, patient care declined and there were delays or cancellations of cancer treatments.

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