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Resource: Updated advice on coronavirus (COVID-19) for people with cancer
Monday 30th March 2020
If you are a clinician working in primary care, a person living with cancer or have a family member or friend who is living with cancer; you may wish to read this updated information about coronavirus (COVID-19). We have included both general information and charity-specific advice for patients below, that you might find helpful.
Updated FAQs discuss:
- Guidance for people living with cancer now
- Guidance for people who have had cancer in the past
- Advice for family, friends and carers of people living with cancer
- Guidance for the future
- Advice for people worried they have cancer
- Detailed questions about the categorisation of extremely vulnerable people
Read the latest NHS and government advice:
Click here for the latest NHS advice
Click here for the latest government advice
Charity-specific advice for patients on coronavirus: