Philadelphia-area cancer patients are getting more choices
Cancer centers loaded with the newest treatment technology have proliferated in the Philadelphia region, and are all competing for patients who want the best possible care, delivered as conveniently as possible. More are on the way, and policy makers and some in the medical community are concerned that this medical arms race drives up the cost of care, duplicating services without improving quality.
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