Dr. Safat Khan(Goldmedalist) (Unani Medicine) needs a second opinion on this medical case.
COVID-19 is an infectious illness caused by a new type of coronavirus. There are several types of coronaviruses. Some cause mild illnesses such as a cold, while others can be more serious and affect your breathing or respiratory system.
People with cancer and their families might feel especially worried about the coronavirus virus outbreak. Cancer and its treatment can lower your ability to fight infection. So people with cancer are among those at higher risk of complications.
You might be worried about how the sharp increase in coronavirus infections will affect cancer treatment, care and support. Cancer services are an absolute priority for the NHS. The rapid rise in COVID-19 infections and hospitalisations put more pressures on hospitals, but staff are working hard to ensure that cancer diagnosis and treatment can continue safely.
If you’re worried you have cancer, you should still contact your GP and go for any tests you need.
Covid 19 and cancer