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Costs are keeping patients from care

Copayments rise as families struggle

By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / June 21, 2009

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People with robust health insurance are putting off doctors’ appointments and skimping on prescriptions because they can’t afford the increasing costs of copayments and deductibles, according to managers of patient-assistance hot lines in Massachusetts. (Full article: 1038 words)

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