haematology
Blood cancers

Financial consent standards require clinicians to disclose all possible costs


Clinicians treating cancer patients will be expected to disclose all options for treatment and associated costs under a draft standard for informed financial consent drawn up by cancer charities. Many cancer patients still face “bill shock” because doctors and clinics are not being transparent enough about fees and hidden expenses, says Cancer Council Australia, which ...

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