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Conversations about costs can reduce burden on cancer patients, study finds

Discussions about treatment costs between oncologists and their patients can lead to helpful, creative options for patients, according to a study published in the Journal of Oncology Practice. Even short discussions often resulted in clinical decisions such as switching to lower-cost drugs or changing dosages, ordering different diagnostic tests or rescheduling tests, and identifying copay options, the researchers found.

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