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Robert Preidt - October 2014
The results of a survey presented at a meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology found that "One-third of cancer survivors in the United States say they have experienced money or work problems due to cancer care, while even many cancer patients who have insurance say they have had to change their lifestyle and medical care". US NEws & World Report wrote about the findings of the study and the implications for current and future cancer survivors. Another finding was “Thirty-seven percent said that they had to make changes at work such as having to take extended time off or delaying retirement, because of the demands of cancer care."
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Original source: health.usnews.com