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Laws To Control Cancer Drug Costs Don’t Help Patients With Highest Expenses

State parity laws restrict health plans from charging patients higher copays for chemo pills than they do for less expensive infusions. The intent was to bring down out-of-pocket costs for gravely ill patients, but a new study raises doubts that the laws are succeeding.

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