October 19, 2021

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Cancer screening slowed by Kovid

Cancer screening slowed by Kovid

There are over 23,000 mammograms in Hauts-de-France, especially due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Cancer screening statistics in Hots-de-France “Terrible”, According to CH Oscar Lambert, Hots-de-France is a regional center fighting cancer.

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, many diagnoses have not been made and there has been no delay in the diagnosis of cancer. For example, in Hauts-de-France there are 23,000 late mammograms. “Patients are afraid to access health facilities because of the possibility of disease and contamination. However, today there are preventative measures.”, Reassured Professor Eric Lartigau, Director-General of the Oscar Lambert Center. “You should not wait to be vaccinated, you should contact now”, He repeated.

Patients were afraid to access health facilities because of the possibility of disease and contamination. However, barrier measures are in place today.

Professor Eric Lartigow, Director General of the Oscar Lambrey Center.

Lack of support or delay could lead to nearly 6,000 additional deaths in the coming years, the professor said.

“We’m still in the dynamic, where we can make up for lost time”

In addition to the drop in care (7% in gynecology and 8% in cenology, the medical specialty that studies the breast), cases coming to the center are even more advanced. Consequently, Eric Lartigow wants to send a message despite his health condition “Screening, consultation and treatment possible”. Despite the delay, he remains positive and confirms it “We’m still in the dynamic, where we can make up for lost time”.

The pandemic did not explain everything from before, less than one in two women tested for breast cancer, a man who was overweight.

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