Cancer patients pay more out-of-pocket for pills than they do for infusions or injections because of differences in insurance coverage for medical care and pharmacy benefits.
Cancer patients pay more out-of-pocket for pills than they do for infusions or injections because of differences in insurance coverage for medical care and pharmacy benefits. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Cancer patients pay more out-of-pocket for pills than they do for infusions or injections because of differences in insurance coverage for medical care and pharmacy benefits. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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