Don’t delay screening for cancer, says oncologist

IN JUNE, the US government’s top cancer doctor Norman Sharpless estimated in his article in Science magazine that pandemic-caused delays in cancer screenings and treatment are likely to cause devastating results in the coming years, citing that there may be “10,000 more breast and colorectal cancer deaths over the next decade.”

This is indeed an alarming projection.

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