I'm a pediatric brain surgeon and I'm concerned about the impact of delayed diagnoses on my patients due to COVID-19
By Sheila Singh, Professor of Surgery, Neurosurgeon, Scientist, Director of Cancer Research Centre, McMaster University
Public-health messaging and strained health-care resources during COVID-19 have meant fewer in-person exams. For some children with brain cancer, this can have devastating consequences.
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- Sunday, October 3rd 2021