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Narjust Duma, MD, Assistant Professor and Thoracic Oncologist at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center discusses COVID 19 and how it affects the community.
This 2 part series, presented in Spanish for the Latino community, covers information relating to the following topics. Please scroll down for part 2 of this important series.
What is coronavirus?
¿Qué es el COVID-19?
What are the common symptoms?
¿Cuales son los síntomas mas comunes de la infección COVID-19?
How is it contracted, and how can it be prevented?
¿Qué puedo hacer para evitar contraer COVID-19?
Who is at risk, and are people with cancer at higher risk?
¿Las personas con cáncer deberían tomar precauciones especiales?
Does the risk of exposure change my treatment for cancer?
¿Puede el riesgo de exposición al virus cambiar mi tratamiento para el cáncer? ¿Como va a cambiar mi interacción con mi doctor del cáncer?
What happens if I get coronavirus and have cancer?
¿Que pasa si me contraigo el coronavirus?
¿Puedo seguir con mi tratamiento para el cáncer?
I hear about treatments: are these now established as effective?
¿Hay tratamientos para COVID-19?
¿Puede la inmunoterapia protegerme en contra del COVID-19?
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