Cancer Doesn’t Wait and Neither Should You
Dr. Lisa Richardson talks with cancer survivor April Donaldson about the importance of screening during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More >Posted on by Leave a comment
Staying Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic as a Cancer Survivor
“I wear my mask faithfully, maintain social distance, and wash my hands whenever I come from outside our home and before eating, especially when we take food out from a restaurant,” said David, a colon cancer survivor. Read More >Posted on by 1 Comment
Have You Missed Cancer Screening Tests During the Pandemic?
CDC’s Dr. Lisa Richardson had her annual wellness visit and a mammogram in June 2020. “Although I knew that going to see my health care provider would be different from normal, it was the best decision for me to go and take care of myself,” she said. “The experience was different, but very safe.” Read More >Posted on by Leave a comment
Clean Hands: A Key Part of Preventing Infections
Handwashing is one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself from getting sick. Getting an infection can be especially dangerous if you are a cancer patient getting chemotherapy treatment because you may not be able to fight off infections as well as you could before starting chemotherapy. Read More >Posted on by 3 Comments