Doctor treating coronavirus patients forced to avoid cancer-stricken son
A British doctor at the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic has posted a heartbreaking message on Facebook about how he made the “difficult decision” to treat his patients rather than staying with his cancer-stricken 3-year-old son, Alfie.
Dr. Nick Dennison, an anesthesiologist at Firmley Park Hospital, about 37 miles southwest of London, said in his lengthy post Sunday that he has been called to assume the role of intensive care doctor to treat the sickest patients.
“On a more personal level, my son turned three years old last week and is six weeks into a three-year chemotherapy program for lymphoma,” he wrote.
“This virus is a big threat to his life and as I am going to be exposed this week doing my job, I can no longer live at home,” Dennison continued.
“I have had …continued .
[Source: Fox News]