Delays to diagnosis, treatment or operations impacting UK adults and many feel isolated or depressed
As many as 6.8 million adults (13%) are worried that they won't be able to get medical treatment they need during lockdown, with people aged over 55 particularly concerned, the LV= Wealth and Wellbeing Monitor has revealed. The survey of 4000 also found that 7% of UK adults (an estimated 3.7 million) said they, or a family member, have experienced delays to medical diagnosis, treatment or operation, while LV= is anticipating a rise in advanced stage cancer diagnoses and claims in 2021 and 2022...
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