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03 Aug The Costs of Cancer Care

By Holly Woodcock I’m a nurse and a patient. My story starts out during Thanksgiving of 2009 when I was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at the tender age of 47. Stage IIIB. Metastatic, but curable they told me. After three surgeries, hospital stays, blood work, traveling,...

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06 Jul Costs of Care Announces Winning Patient and Clinician Stories on Opportunities to Improve Care

Patients and frontline clinicians are uniquely positioned to recognize inefficiencies in the healthcare system, but are seldom empowered with the information needed to reduce harmful spending. With sponsorship from the Association of American Medical Colleges, Costs of Care launched its 5th annual essay contest aimed...

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