Women with Medicare Subsidies Less Likely to Stop Taking their Meds

Dr. Alana Biggers of the University of Illinois-Chicago College of Medicine suggests in a recent study, women on Medicare who get subsidies are less likely to stop taking hormone therapy for breast cancer than those who don’t get financial assistance. Read article here……

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