Medicare subsidies may help more women stick with breast cancer drugs
Wednesday, 19 October 2016 () (Reuters Health) - Women on Medicare who get subsidies to help defray the cost of drugs may be less likely to stop taking hormone therapy for breast cancer than those who don’t get financial assistance, a U.S. study suggests.
La Maestra and the Chargers Girls to Improve Breast Cancer Awareness
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1 in 5 HR professionals inaccurately report their breast cancer screening coverage.
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