New research suggests that diseases like leukemia and lymphoma pose a particular risk for coronavirus outcomes.
“I’m F*CKING cancer-free! — and my new chapter has begun.”
‘Although part of me has come to embrace this protective cocoon of the unknown, I want to wake up to good news and get on with my life.’
‘The thought of dealing with a toddler during a cancer battle in a coronavirus pandemic has finally eased some of that resentment I had with myself and others.’
These at-home measures, along with followed your medication regimen, can help keep migraine attacks at bay, even while you’re under increased stress from the coronavirus pandemic.
Everyone is stressed about COVID-19. But for lung cancer patients like Bill Westlake, the stakes are especially high.
‘The news felt like a death sentence. Would I even be healthy enough to qualify for this trial once the world goes back to its new normal?’
The coronavirus pandemic has left migraine patients and providers scrambling to find solutions to maintain health that, for many people, may have taken years to achieve.