Some cancer patients have to travel— for treatments or other essential needs. Others may want to travel.
Before COVID-19, traveling as a cancer patient has always been a concern for those who may have compromised immune systems. Traveling for the holidays during a pandemic may be an even harder decision, or for some, that much easier.
The experts at Cancer Treatment Centers of America explain, now, cancer patients need to weigh the benefits of travel against the risks more than ever. Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others. If you must travel, know the risks. Learn more about what to consider in making your holiday plans and ways to safely gather with loved ones.
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