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Yale Cancer Center gives guidance for cancer patients who want COVID boosters

While most people who contracted the COVID-19 virus are back to enjoying their normal activities surrounded by others, that’s not the case for those who have undergone cancer or leukemia treatments and have weakened immune systems. Yale Cancer Center researcher Jeffrey Townsend decided to make that dilemma his recent focus. He extrapolated data from many studies already done on COVID-19. Townsend said the Centers for Disease Control Preventions’ guidelines for immunocompromised patients is to get boosters “as needed.” Wanting to know more, Townsend set out with another researcher to give patients some guidance based on science.

Source: WTNH News 8
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