'Quarter of a million' with cancer dodged seeing doctor

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Adam Saville
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'Quarter of a million' with cancer dodged seeing doctor

Study shows that 29% of people with diagnosed conditions have avoided medical help during Covid

Research conducted by mammogram provider Zegami has estimated the extent to which people have avoided seeing a doctor or visiting hospital due to fears about contracting Covid-19 in recent times. According to the study, almost a third (29%) of those with a diagnosed condition have avoiding seeking medical support, with women (34%) more likely than men (24%) to have done so. The research from Zegami - which surveyed 1,021 people in the UK - also revealed that 254,000 people with cancer may have...

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