Survey: 25% report trouble paying for health care

06/22/2009 | Reuters

About 25% of Americans surveyed said they have struggled in the past year to pay for health care. The survey, conducted for Thomson Reuters, showed baby boomers had the most trouble and were most likely to delay medical treatments because of financial concerns. Some 40% of households indicated plans to postpone care in the coming months.

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