In this video series, presented in April of 2020, GRACE Faculty and Members of the Board of Directors have a candid discussion regarding cancer and Covid 19.
In this time of social distancing and limiting clinic exposure, Dr. H. Jack West, Dr. Jared Weiss and Dr. Ben Levy sat down in their respective homes to discuss some of the questions we all hear regarding these unprecedented times, and how they effect primarily cancer patients.
In this four part series, we discuss testing, ongoing cancer treatment, and many other issues relating to a cancer diagnosis in the middle of a pandemic.
- Part 1 - Should cancer patients get tested even if they show no symptoms?
- Part 2 - Do cancer patients have a higher risk for Covid 19?
- Part 3 - What preventive measures are trustworthy?
- Part 4 - Is the standard of care changing for cancer patients because of the pandemic?
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Welcome to Grace. I'm so sorry you're going through this. I can only imagine your worry about metastases and I hope that's not the case.
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n3p, Hi and welcome to Grace. I'm sorry you have to check for new nodules. It does sound like your onc has good reason not to be alarmed that you have...
Thanks for the thoughtful response, I really appreciate that! All your points make sense. I will check back in later.
Please do check back in. It looks like I forgot to paste in links for that article. I'm going back to edit in the links.
Welcome to Grace. I'm sorry you're having trouble. It would be very extremely rare to find a pancoast tumor in person your age. They are normally found in older...
Hi Sel87, Welcome to Grace. I'm so terribly sorry that your mother is going through this. I'm going to assume that there are no brain mets found, so let me know...
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