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Cancer_patient.jpg?profile=RESIZE_400xMacmillan Cancer Support found 270,000 have had panic or anxiety attacks due to Covid-19

More than quarter of a million cancer sufferers have been struggling with panic and anxiety attacks during lockdown and are now facing new fears about the loosening of restrictions, research has revealed.

The study, by Macmillan Cancer Support, found fear levels among UK cancer sufferers have been so high that 270,000 people have experienced panic or anxiety attacks or even suicidal thoughts because of coronavirus.


The Guardian

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