Value of U.S. Cancer Care Questioned

U.S. spending on cancer care has been increasing more steeply and expensively compared to spending in Western Europe in recent decades, but without a corresponding decrease in cancer deaths, research published in Health Affairs finds. The finding raises questions about whether the U.S. is getting its money’s worth for patients being treated for cancer…

Even modern medicine is unable to deal with levels of chemicals in our food and water.  And it can’t do anything about economic deprivation, either.

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