The Boston fee party.

Even among this wealthy, heavily-insured Bostonian patient population, financial toxicity was a big concern among those surveyed at a clinic visit following treatment for a range of gynecologic cancers. Worse, those in the highest tertile of financial toxicity were 7x more likely to delay or avoid medical care. Sorry, Romney, but it looks like health insurance and high annual salaries are still no match for the skyrocketing costs of cancer care. | Bouberhan, Gynecol Oncol 2019


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