A lot of remote medicine has been introduced but chemotherapy has been continuing as before. “Many of our patients are shielding. They’ve been hidden away in their homes for weeks and the only time they’ve come out is to have a blood test!” Anna Morris “Everything takes longer! Patients have to be spoken to on the phone first, before they come in. And we need more time for appointments because rooms have to be cleaned between patients. John Robertson ANNA MORRIS, consultant haematologist at Dorset County Hospital, is married to JOHN ROBERTSON, GP partner at the Prince of Wales Surgery, Poundbury. Week 11 of lockdown. Dorset Supporting U N MASKED