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Brielle Benyon
President Donald J. Trump announced his plan to amp up the fight against childhood cancer, and to lower prescription drug costs.
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Many federal employees and their dependents may be anxious about paying their medical bills.
Kristie L. Kahl
A recent survey demonstrated the common tradeoffs most patients report regarding treatment decisions, highlighting the importance of shared decision making.
Bonnie Annis
The high cost of treatment for cancer places a heavy burden on patients and their families, often leading to stress-related illnesses. Is there a solution? 
Shira Zwebner
Even living in a country with socialized medicine, cancer debt is an unfortunate side effect of treatment, making holiday shopping a challenge
Samira Rajabi
Health care shouldn't be a fight, but it is. I tell my story of fighting for an MRI in a hope that I illuminate the cracks in our system in a hope we can make change, so no one falls through those cracks.
Beth Fand Incollingo
What’s the best plan for lowering cancer drug prices? A panel of experts debated the possibilities.
Felicia Mitchell
Cancer is costly. What if I did not have health insurance or a steady paycheck? Would I have fallen through the cracks and died of metastatic breast cancer before anybody told me I was sick? An exercise in role-playing taught me that there is help available.
Brielle Urciuoli
When Paul Isenberg’s wife, Nicole, was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin lymphoma shortly after the birth of their child, Gabrielle, the couple realized two things: how blessed they were and that some people going through cancer have nobody to turn to.
 
Katie Kosko
Individuals are willing to make great sacrifices to pay for their cancer treatment.
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