Normalize Conversations Between Patients and Providers on the Financial Costs of Cancer
Nearly half of patients with gynecologic cancer reported financial distress as a result of the high costs of cancer treatment, yet money is still not commonly discussed between patients and providers.
Private Insurance and Changing Employment are Risk Factors for Financial Distress
Patients with gynecologic cancer are at higher risk for financial distress if they are enrolled in private insurance, are young in age, or are undergoing an employment change.
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