Uninsured men are more likely to have advanced prostate cancer

05/8/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

The incidence of advanced prostate cancer was almost four times greater than average among men who lack health insurance or who are underinsured, a study found. Researchers noted that these patients were less likely to survive for five years compared with the average for men with prostate cancer. The findings were to have been presented at the annual American Urological Association meeting.

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