Apurva Barshe

Department of Community Medicine, Datta meghe Institute of Medical Science, sawangi (meghe), Maharashtra, India


  • Research Article   
    COVID Infection in Cancer Patients
    Author(s): Apurva Barshe* and Guddi Laishram

    Background: With approximately 1.7 million individuals infected and over 100,000 people killed, the emerging coronavirus disease epidemic of 2019 (COVID-19) has become the world's most serious public health hazard. In these rare cases, there is no well-established advice for cancer patients. Patients having pre-existing diseases are more likely to get affected by coronavirus. The main purpose for this review article was to investigate incidence of having cancer in COVID patient and the associated danger in the patients of COVID-19 with cancer.  With increasing age and the presence of accompanying health problems, In COVID-19 patients, the risk of serious sickness and death increases. Extensive research has been conducted to better understand the infectivity and transmissibility mechanisms of the coronavirus that causes severe acute respiratory syn.. Read More»

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