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Cancer patients can safely get the CoronaVac vaccine

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China’s CoronaVac vaccine, which is being administered against the novel coronavirus in Turkey, does not pose a risk for cancer patients. reports that Timucin Cil, the research associate at the Medical Oncology Clinic in Adana Training and Research Hospital, said that cancer patients are among the risk groups of the novel coronavirus.

"Cancer patients can safely get the inactivated vaccine. It is very safe and does not pose a risk to them. Its implementation is clearly recommended by all guidelines around the world," Cil said.

"CoronaVac vaccine can be used safely. The flu vaccines we use are also inactivated vaccines. It poses no risk to cancer patients," he added.

2021.01.26 / 19:34
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