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Quest Reports 46% Decline in New Cancer Diagnoses in March

Data on six of the most common types of cancer; attribute drop to decline in patient visits to doctors

ONCE SHELTER-IN-PLACE ORDERS WERE ENACTED IN MARCH because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of new diagnoses of cancer declined sharply in the United States. Newly-published data confirms this fact. The data also support the warnings of anatomic pathologists that—because of the pandemic and shelter-in-place directives—fewer patients visited physicians’ offices, meaning many cases of cancer and other conditions could go undiagnosed. In new …

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