The COVID 19 pandemic could have deadly consequences for bowel cancer patients.
Research has found that without catch-up screening, a six-month disruption in preventative procedures will lead to an additional 1961 deaths in Australia.
The research by Bowel Cancer Australia and published in the medical journal the Lancet, highlighted the impact the pandemic has had on diagnosing Australia’s second deadliest cancer.
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