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  2. Even a short delay in treating cancer raises death risk, study finds  South China Morning Post
  3. Cancer treatment delays could increase death risk  CBS 17
  4. UK COVID-19 Update: How Cancer Treatment Delays Increase Mortality Risk  Medscape
  5. Cancer patients facing four-week treatment delay at 10 per cent greater risk of death - research suggests  Manchester Evening News
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Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying.Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying.

A month delay to cancer care might raise death risk: Study - Health - The Jakarta Post

These are the UK coronavirus stories you need to know about today.These are the UK coronavirus stories you need to know about today.

UK COVID-19 Update: How Cancer Treatment Delays Increase Mortality Risk

Huge numbers of people with symptoms of cancer were not referred to hospital during the coronavirus lockdown in March Huge numbers of people with symptoms of cancer were not referred to hospital during the coronavirus lockdown in March

Cancer patients facing four-week treatment delay at 10 per cent greater risk of death - research suggests - Manchester Evening News

While our collective mental health has become a national talking point, it’s important we don’t neglect our physical wellbeing, says Joanna WhiteheadWhile our collective mental health has become a national talking point, it’s important we don’t neglect our physical wellbeing, says Joanna Whitehead

Don’t avoid going to the doctor during lockdown. I should know – I was diagnosed with breast cancer last time | The Independent

A new British-Canadian research project has endeavoured to measure the impact of delaying cancer treatments on mortality rates.A new British-Canadian research project has endeavoured to measure the impact of delaying cancer treatments on mortality rates.

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New research shows cancer patient's risk of dying increases by 10 percent every month their treatment is delayed, with 33,000 UK cancer sufferers facing delays in second lockdown.New research shows cancer patient's risk of dying increases by 10 percent every month their treatment is delayed, with 33,000 UK cancer sufferers facing delays in second lockdown.

Cancer death risk increases up to 10% per month of treatment delays | Daily Mail Online

We need to count the previously invisible cost of covid-19 on people with cancer The covid-19 pandemic has had a dramatic global health impact particularly in countries which are demographically [...]More...

Counting the invisible costs of covid-19: the cancer pandemic  - The BMJ

Kerry Baldry is now having to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for private treatment in a bid to prolong her life having been given just 12 months to live Kerry Baldry is now having to raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for private treatment in a bid to prolong her life having been given just 12 months to live

Terminally-ill cancer patient's only hope of NHS treatment cancelled due to Covid - Wales Online

New analysis shows the software's calculations could have increased the risk of death by nine per centNew analysis shows the software's calculations could have increased the risk of death by nine per cent

NHS algorithm wrongly predicted postponing cancer treatments during first Covid wave

LONDON , Nov 6 — Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying, according to research published Wednesday, the latest to sound the alarm over the coronavirus pandemic's impact on other health conditions. Treatment delays happen in normal times, but...LONDON , Nov 6 — Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying, according to research published Wednesday, the latest to sound the alarm over the coronavirus pandemic's impact on other health conditions. Treatment delays happen in normal times, but...

A month delay to cancer care might raise death risk, says study | Life | Malay Mail

Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying, according to research published Wednesday, the latest to sound the alarm over the coronavirus pandemic's impact on other health conditions.Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying, according to research published Wednesday, the latest to sound the alarm over the coronavirus pandemic's impact on other health conditions.

A month delay to cancer care might raise death risk: study

Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying, according to research published.Delaying cancer treatment by just a month can put patients at a sharply greater risk of dying, according to research published.

A month delay to cancer care might raise death risk ― Study