COVID-19 and Cancer: How are you preparing for the re-opening?
I have stage 4 multifocal adenocarcinoma of the lung. It is an NSCLC. I would be very frightened to have to choose whether to get treatment, if needed, or stay home. This virus is deadly and spreads very easily. It can spread from a person who is non-symptomatic, which is even scarier. Having cancer is no joke. It makes us susceptible to so many other illnesses and CIVD-19 is one of them. Dr. Tanios Bekaii-Saab talks about being able to undergo treatments for cancer during our pandemic.
If you are under treatment for cancer, how are you going to deal with the country opening-up?