A month delay to cancer care might raise death risk, says study

A month delay to cancer care might raise death risk, says study

Malay Mail Online - Life·2020-11-06 15:00

A study found even a one-month postponement could mean a patient had a six to 13 per cent higher risk of dying. — isayildiz / IStock.com pic via AFP

LONDON , Nov 6 — Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying, according to research published Wednesday, the latest to sound the alarm over the coronavirus pandemic's impact on other health conditions.

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