Covid: The pandemic's 'dramatic' effect on cancer care

Hundreds of thousands of Americans deferred their cancer screenings last year, and many who wanted care could not access it due to the pandemic’s strain on hospitals. Now, experts predict that an access of cases of serious cancers is on the horizon.

The BBC spoke to Dr Ned Sharpless, director of the National Cancer Institute, about the alarming trend.


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