Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer
Scottish Government advice on COVID-19 and cancer
The Scottish Government has updated its COVID-19 advice for people with cancer, the advice is in the form of a FAQ.
The advice covers issues from how COVID-19 will affect cancer patients, tips on minimising the risk of contracting coronavirus and how it may affect planned cancer care.
Whilst broadly similar to the advice issued in other parts of the UK, Brain Tumour Research encourages anybody who lives in Scotland who is concerned about brain cancer and COVID-19 to read the Scottish Government’s advice, so that they have the most relevant information.
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