How Covid-19 has affected child cancer care in Malaysia


The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted both the provision of healthcare services to child cancer patients, as well as the seeking of such services by these patients and their families. — 123rf.com

Every year, nearly 1,000 children in Malaysia are diagnosed with various types of cancer.

These include leukaemia, brain tumours, lymphoma and sarcoma, among others.

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