Layoffs could threaten gains in cancer prevention, treatment

12/8/2008 | Reading Eagle Press (Pa.)

The worsening U.S. economic crisis could threaten gains made in reducing the incidence of and deaths from cancer because layoffs could leave more families without health insurance, according to an editorial in the Reading Eagle. As a result, fewer people may opt to have life-saving colon cancer screenings, as well as mammograms and prostate exams.

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