Poll: Americans more confident on healthcare costs
Fewer Americans are afraid that they will be unable to pay for healthcare services and fewer expect to postpone medical treatments due to costs, according to a Thomson Reuters survey. Researchers found a steady increase in people's confidence about their ability to pay for healthcare services—it rose 12% between March and July this year.
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