The Texas Medical Association has produced an activity risk chart for coronavirus. This will be particularly useful for all cancer patients whose immune system has been compromised by chemotherapy.
Caring Cancer Trust’s new charity Thrift shop at 165 High Street, Ryde was opened by Ryde Deputy Mayor Adrian Axford. Selling second-hand Children’s and Adult Clothes, Bric-a-brac, China & Glassware, Books/CDs/DVDs, Toys, etc, it complements the Trust’s boutique shop at 138 High Street showing donated Antiques, Jewellery, Spiritual artefacts, Arts & Crafts, Fragrances, Cacti, etc.Details
Caring Cancer Trust’s Stopcancer campaign for Kids with Cancer opened a new charity shop in Ryde at 138 High Street on 22 June. Chairman Chris Ody and Trustees Amy and Ian MacWatt were joined by Harry Spencer-Whitcombe and his mother Sally for the opening. Harry, who enjoyed a recent Way2Go Art & Music holiday group…Details
*If I have cancer, am I at higher risk of getting COVID-19? Because SARS-CoV-2 is a new virus, anyone who is exposed to it is at risk of becoming infected and developing COVID-19. Some cancer treatments such as chemotherapy can weaken your immune system (cause you to be immunocompromised) and may increase your risk for severe illness…Details