New Survey of the Sickest Finds U.S. Health Care Exacerbating Struggles of Americans with Serious Illnesses; With Many Facing Financial Ruin

Americans who become seriously ill don’t just struggle with their disease. Often, they feel confused and helpless (62%), face the risk of financial ruin (53%), and experience serious problems with their care (61%). Those are among the key findings of a new survey released today by the Commonwealth Fund, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and the New York Times.        

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