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A survey published last month by the British Medical Association (BMA) found that amongst more than 7,000 physicians surveyed in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, more than 3% stated they were clinically incredibly susceptible and protecting at house. After enrolling in medical school at St. Georges, University of London, in 2016, physicians at a healthcare facility in the Czech Republic found signs of osteosarcoma (a type of bone cancer) while she was completing a surgical internship, two years into her training. Its not a remedy, but her physicians are hopeful the drug will keep her cancer at bay for at least the next six months without chemotherapy, giving Bose enough time to complete school.

A survey published last month by the British Medical Association (BMA) discovered that among more than 7,000 physicians surveyed in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, more than 3% said they were clinically incredibly vulnerable and shielding at home. After enrolling in medical school at St. Georges, University of London, in 2016, doctors at a health center in the Czech Republic spotted signs of osteosarcoma (a kind of bone cancer) while she was finishing a surgical internship, 2 years into her training. His cross-country journey ended mid-way when doctors discovered the cancer had actually returned and spread to his lungs. Her physicians dont know how much time she has actually left– one year or 50. Its not a treatment, but her doctors are hopeful the drug will keep her cancer at bay for at least the next 6 months without chemotherapy, providing Bose adequate time to complete school.