High gas prices jeopardize care for some patients

09/5/2008 | USA Today

High gas prices are forcing many Americans to skip or delay appointments for medical care, especially cancer patients requiring chemotherapy and people with chronic illnesses, who need frequent care. Social service organizations and health care groups that offer medical transport assistance have also noticed increases in the number of people requesting help.

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