Somya Sharma

Department of Community Medicine, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed to be University), Sawangi (Meghe), Maharashtra, India


  • Review Article   
    Immuno Oncological Challenge of COVID-19
    Author(s): Somya Sharma and Sonali Choudhari Deshmukh*

    COVID-19 has shaken the world in an unprecedented way. It brought the whole world at a standstill mode. It started from Wuhan city in China and spread to almost all the countries in less than a year. It affected differently in different demography depending upon the mortality, comorbidities and the exposure to the virus of the Corona family. Though this virus has been a great threat to everyone irrespective of people’s health, but the cancer patients has been one of the most vulnerable ones. Epidemiologic data recommend that drops eliminated during eye to eye transparency during talking, hacking, or wheezing is the most generally perceived strategy for transmission. Somewhat long receptiveness to a tainted individual being inside 6 feet for something like 15 minutes and briefer openings to individuals who are characteristic e.g. hacking are connected with higher risk for transmi.. Read More»

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