Fearing the deadly combo of COVID-19 and cancer


In late March, Megan-Claire Chase, 43, of Dunwoody, Ga., got laid off from her job as a project manager for a staffing company, losing the health-care benefits that came with it. Her chief concern was paying for a diagnostic mammogram and MRI, still on the calendar for two days before her benefits were to end. Currently in remission from stage 2A breast cancer, Chase schedules scans for every six months well in advance at Breast Care Specialists in Atlanta.