« Study Shows Air From 9/11 Didn't Inflate Cancer Risk | Main | Study: Hospital errors cause 195,000 deaths »

Fears voiced on Bush Medicare plan

Pay cuts could alter cancer care
By Globe Wire Services | July 28, 2004

WASHINGTON -- Cancer doctors and patients' advocates said a Bush administration proposal to cut Medicare payments to cancer doctors could force a dramatic change in care, with patients forced to get treatment in hospitals, sometimes far from their homes, rather than in physicians' offices.

Article: http://www.boston.com/business/articles/2004/07/28/fears_voiced_on_bush_medicare_plan/