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Study: Insured cancer patients do better

AP/Yahoo News, December 20, 2007
Uninsured cancer patients are nearly twice as likely to die within five years as those with private coverage, according to research conducted by scientists with the American Cancer Society. People without health insurance are less likely to get recommended cancer screening tests, the study also found.