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Fewer Poles reporting for cancer tests amid epidemic: expert

20.10.2020 17:44
The coronavirus pandemic has seen fewer people reporting for cancer screening in Poland, according to an expert.
Image by fernando zhiminaicela from Pixabay
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Professor Jan Walewski, director of the National Oncology Institute, urged patients not to ignore worrying symptoms and to see a doctor, despite the country’s escalating epidemic.

He warned that delays in diagnosis meant the disease would have an opportunity to progress.

According to the National Oncology Institute, the number of women with suspected breast cancer visiting doctors this year has fallen by a third.

Poland on Tuesday reported 9,291 new coronavirus infections and 107 more deaths, bringing its total number of cases to 192,539 and fatalities to 3,721.

Health Minister Adam Niedzielski has warned that Poland could later this week see 15,000 to 20,000 new infections a day.

(pk)

Source: IAR