Sequester forces clinics to reject cancer patients

04/3/2013 | Washington Post, The

Cancer clinics nationwide are unable to treat thousands of Medicare patients as their funding is reduced through the sequester. Though Medicare was supposed to have been shielded from the automatic budget cuts, the way cancer drugs are administered makes them subject to the cuts. Patients who are turned away from clinics are likely to seek more expensive care at hospitals.

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