More than 3 in 10 put off medical care due to cost
Thirty-two percent of Americans say they have had to put off medical care for themselves or their family in the past year due to the cost—the highest percentage since Gallup started tracking this annually in 2001. The percentage reporting they are putting treatment off is up significantly from the 19% found 12 years ago.
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