As we all know, there are various criteria regarding eligibility for the Covid vaccines. But, I've always wondered about
the "compromised immune system."
Does having ANY cancer (discounting basal cell or squamous cell skin cancer) mean that one has a "compromised immune system"? What about
our situation: PC? I would think the actual answer is NO, but I think having cancer passes muster under the "compromised immune system" criteria for the vaccine (I'm ignoring the age criteria which qualifies most of us).
Surely if you've had chemo, then you qualify, I assume.
the various HT drugs?
What if you are on a protracted HT vacation? Are you really compromised?
radiation? Doesn't that impact your immune system?
I honestly am not sure of the answers, but I suspect some of you folks might know.
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