Privately insured patients pay twice as much for cancer care

There are marked variations in the cost of cancer care and patients with private health insurance pay almost twice as much in out-of-pocket expenses than those with no insurance, according to new Australian research. Published in the MJA, the findings come from a survey of more than 430 patients with colorectal, lung, prostate or breast ...

Already a member?

Login to keep reading.

© 2021 the limbic