Category Archives: COVID19

Stay Safe Stay Healthy Amid COVID19 and Telemedical Consultation

There is this buzz phrase “Stay Safe – Stay Healthy” amid COVID19. What does it mean? STAY SAFE means to stay safe from being infected and dying of COVID19 infection.  It is not worth dying from COVID19 as it is … Continue reading

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Protocols before admission to a hospital amid COVID19

Admission protocols will differ from one hospital to another. The public should know about these protocols. They should ask their physicians / surgeons before having themselves admitted to avoid the hassle of not knowing the protocols and expenses due to … Continue reading

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I Have Breast Cancer And Can’t Be Treated Because Of The Coronavirus

I Have Breast Cancer And Can’t Be Treated Because Of The Coronavirus I Have Breast Cancer And Can’t Be Treated Because Of The Coronavirus It’s one thing to be told you have cancer, quite another to be told you won’t … Continue reading

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Restrictions in transportation in MECQ – go for telemedical consultation for health concerns

Restrictions in transportation, especially public transportation,  in MECQ (Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine) – GO for telemedical consultation for health concerns.     In addition to the hassle in transportation, see the other advantages of Telemedical Consultation in the infographic below: … Continue reading

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Cancer patients amid COVID19 crisis with an illustration of a breast cancer patient

Triggers to this ROJoson’s blog: Coronavirus crisis could lead to 18,000 more cancer deaths, experts warn https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/apr/29/extra-18000-cancer-patients-in-england-could-die-in-next-year-study Almost 18,000 more people with cancer in England could die after the coronavirus pandemic led hospitals to suspend treatment and deterred patients from … Continue reading

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