By Les Friedman, CEO and Mikey’s dad
The spread of the Novel Coronavirus has placed social distancing in the forefront of global attention. For most people, this is probably their first experience practicing social distancing to avoid infection. But for cancer patients, it’s well, just another Monday. The concept of social distancing is all too familiar for cancer patients, whose immune systems may be compromised because of their disease or treatment.
Wearing a mask, donning gloves, avoiding crowds and frequent hand washing aren’t anything new. While this behavior is the new normal for everyone during COVID-19, it’s the “always normal” for cancer patients.
That’s why when it comes to coping with isolation, cancer patients are a step ahead of everyone else. Because they’ve been practicing social distancing and staying connected, while apart, for years.read more →