No matter where you live, you have been impacted by COVD-19. You may be practicing social distancing, self-isolation, or quarantine.
For cancer patients whose immune systems may be compromised, living in isolation may be a critical step to prevent exposure to those infected. But with medications to stockpile, treatments to schedule, and other special needs, cancer patients may find that isolation takes more than just shutting the door and avoiding contact. Being quarantined or isolated takes planning and attention to detail.
Here are some tips to help you get through it.
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