A safe place for cancer care during the pandemic
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A safe place for cancer care during the pandemic

Dame Laura Lee Chief executive, Maggie’s Centre

At a heightened time of distress and anxiety for people with cancer, Maggie’s UK centres have been vital

When the national lockdown struck in March 2020, I don’t think anyone could truly have predicted the impact it would have on the lives of those with cancer. However, while the world was talking about COVID-19, we at Maggie’s knew one thing for certain – cancer wouldn’t stop for coronavirus. And it didn’t.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 20, 1, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/cnp.20.1.12.s8

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