Medicaid patients do get better health care than America’s uninsured

The “New” Prostate Cancer InfoLink is delighted to see the early results of a major study conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research which has effectively proven that patients on Medicaid find regular doctors, see those doctors more often, feel better, are less depressed, and are better able to maintain financial stability than those with no health care insurance. … READ MORE …

Prostate cancer and the uninsured

The costs of first-line prostate cancer treatment for uninsured men (in America as well as elsewhere) are high: anywhere from $17,000 for a course of radiation therapy upwards, depending on the center you go to and the physicians you see. … READ MORE …