Haematological cancers linked to four-fold higher risk of COVID-19 death
By Sunalie Silva
21 May 2020
Recent haematological malignancy is a clinical risk factor for death from COVID-19 disease identified in an analysis of data from patients in a UK database. Patients with haematological malignancy up to five years from diagnosis had up to a four-fold increased risk of dying in hospital with COVID-19 compared to those without blood cancer history ...