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June 19th 2017
By Tony Hagen
Reforms are needed high up within the drug distribution chain, concluded a panel of pharmaceutical professionals at the Oncology Market Access & Pricing conference held in Philadelphia this week by eyeforpharma.
May 8th 2017
By Bonnie Annis
The new GOP health care bill is causing concern for those suffering pre-existing medical conditions. How will it affect those with cancer?
May 5th 2017
By Ryan Hamner
How I saved big on costly prescription medications for cancer treatment.
May 4th 2017
The American Health Care Act has been passed by a vote of 217 to 213.
April 6th 2017
Can President Donald Trump be more successful in lowering drug prices than he was in repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act?
March 29th 2017
Choosing a prosthesis requires a little work on the part of the wearer. Understanding options is not only helpful, but necessary.
March 22nd 2017
March 20th 2017
By Felicia Mitchell
Watching current health care debates, we need to take deep breaths and trust that intelligent, compassionate people will make responsible choices affecting a nation. Writing letters to support our choices can help.
March 2nd 2017
By Brielle Urciuoli
A recent study found that patients with a history of cancer are more prone to change their prescription drug regimen because of the cost.
February 11th 2017
February 9th 2017
By Allie Casey
Stakeholders expressed their concerns and wishes as President Donald Trump continues to move forward in repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.
December 7th 2016
After months and months of fighting to have the medical equipment prescribed by my oncologist, my persistence paid off.
December 2nd 2016
By Katie Kosko
The House of Representatives just passed the 21st Century Cures Act, providing over $6 billion for health initiatives.
November 29th 2016
When it comes to employment and insurance after a cancer diagnosis, it is important to read the fine print.
November 25th 2016
There are many resources available to help patients with cancer navigate and pay for treatment.
November 23rd 2016
By YOUSUF ZAFAR, M.D.
In colorectal and other cancers, financial burden is worsened by expensive drugs, long-term treatment and sharing of insurance costs.
November 22nd 2016
By BLAIR GREEN THIELEMIER, PHARM.D.
In prostate and other cancers, patient assistance programs can prevent drug costs from shaping treatment decisions.
November 18th 2016
By Kathy LaTour
Even with protective laws, survivors of cancer face obstacles in employment.
November 7th 2016
There is no doubt the Affordable Care Act needs tweaking. But let's not lose these critical pieces.
Drug Offers Long-Term Heart Protection for Childhood Cancer Survivors
Breast Cancer Treatment Recommendations May Differ From Ages 69 to 70
The Sci-Fi World of Cancer Treatment
FDA OKs Study of Novel CAR-T Cell Therapy for Myeloma