Cancer patients increasingly take pills for their treatment rather than injections. But insurance rules make them far more expensive.
Cancer patients increasingly take pills for their treatment rather than injections. But insurance rules make them far more expensive. Diedra Laird 2015 file photo
Cancer patients increasingly take pills for their treatment rather than injections. But insurance rules make them far more expensive. Diedra Laird 2015 file photo

N.C. cancer patients’ lives are at stake if Senate doesn’t act this week

June 27, 2017 04:29 PM

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