Surviving Costs, Care and Debt After Cancer Treatment

4 days ago
Chad Van Horn

Cancer and the associated debt after cancer sucks. It’s a devastating disease for young and old, devastating to families, and devastating to the futures of patients and their families. Oncology drugs (chemotherapy), radiation, and other treatments don’t literally cost the earth, but an average year of treatment runs $150,000 per…

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