Some of the ways that policy makers, medical providers and patients can reduce the financial toxicity of cancer treatment.
In ‘An American Sickness’, Elisabeth Rosenthal explains why our healthcare costs are out of control and offers practical steps we can take as individuals as well as a blueprint for reforms.
How is the practice of “step therapy” affecting patients?
Let’s keep moving forward in 2017 and address health care access issues, including out-of-pocket costs, that are priorities for most Americans.
Taking a look back at major stories about developments in cancer research and breast cancer in 2015.
The 2014 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium featured new approaches, including immune system therapies, that could eventually have a big impact on the way breast cancer is treated.
Breast cancer screening has become widespread, but misperceptions about the disease are also common. True awareness, the kind that will lead to action to save lives, needs to start with facts like these.
The newer cancer medications are often extremely highly priced, and covering the costs of care is an increasing problem for cancer patients.