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Cancer and Covid

Get Your Covid-19 Vaccine

The vaccine is available to everyone over age 16 in the state of Arizona. Schedule your vaccine appointments with the Arizona Department of Health Services. ADHS - Vaccine Registration (azdhs.gov)  

Check for a Lump is honored to be sponsored by Pfizer Oncology, who is working to end breast cancer and Covid. Receiving any of the three current vaccines - Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson - will help to end the global pandemic. If you receive the Pfizer vaccine, help share the love for our supporters by posting a picture with #Pfizer or #Pfizerstrong.

Covid vaccine reaction can mimic breast cancer symptoms

Covid vaccine may cause breast cancer symptom of swollen lymph nodes in the arm pit. They are also showing up in mammograms. Society of Breast Imaging is recommending that women postpone any mammography scheduled within four weeks after their final COVID-19 shot. Please note - if you find additional symptoms do not delay your mammogram. Read more... 

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Cancer patients are considered high priority for Covid vaccine

All patients with active cancer, or with active, recent, or planned cancer treatment, should be considered highest priority to receive one of the coronavirus disease 2019 vaccines that have been granted emergency use authorization from the FDA. Read more... 

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