Cancer and COVID-19

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Valley News - Health
TEMECULA – The coronavirus pandemic caught many people, particularly those in the Western Hemisphere, off guard. As the virus spread, the lives of hundreds of millions of people throughout North America and Europe changed dramatically and seemingly overnight, prompting many to wonder if they or their loved ones were going to get sick. No one was thought to be immune to COVID-19, though many people were unfortunately believed to be more vulnerable to the disease than others. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, older adults and people with serious chronic medical conditions are at the greatest risk of getting sick from COVID-19. The American Cancer Society said that cancer patients, like groups with an elevated risk of getting sick from COVID-19, must do all
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