Researchers study impact of pandemic cancer screening pause

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Researchers study impact of pandemic cancer screening pause

Stacy Hill, 48, of Philadelphia. After she lost her job and health insurance, a colonoscopy revealed two growths that were caught before they turned cancerous. “I was shocked,” Hill said. “I’m a proactive-type person so I was glad to know.” Doctors also helped her enroll in Medicaid, “so now I have medical insurance” and can continue getting cancer screenings, she said.

Researchers study impact of pandemic cancer screening pause

Stacy Hill, 48, of Philadelphia. After she lost her job and health insurance, a colonoscopy revealed two growths that were caught before they turned cancerous. “I was shocked,” Hill said. “I’m a proactive-type person so I was glad to know.” Doctors also helped her enroll in Medicaid, “so now I have medical insurance” and can continue getting cancer screenings, she said.
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