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For now recent breakthroughs in cancer treatments raising hopes for millions of people.
What happens when the drug costs or just too expensive managing editor for Fox News health dot com document.
That's with more on his doctor many people are already struggling -- with cancer treatments.
Leno lives and it was a much a very -- -- -- looking at cancer cause especially -- you're talking about 700 dollars out of pocket for months.
If you look at that population 30% says look at -- that taking my drugs for cancer treatment or paying my bills are buying food from my home.
That is a reality my friends that is here to stay and it's just gonna get worse.
-- if you look at that 30% if you break it down 11%.
That kind of cost that those 700 dollars on average because many cases is even higher than that.
Puts the entire family bankruptcy.
So this is a severe thing you know this is what we call financial toxicity when we talk about you know chemotherapy and and casually you know side effects looks as if chemotherapy.
But for -- occasions this is financial toxicity which is gonna destroy.
All the progression in curing cancer right and treatments that we have developed over the last 1520 years because.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And I would predict and it's gonna be way up there you have 32 million more in -- getting.
Qualifying for ensuring insurance after this long takes into effect.
And if you don't right now you got over thirteen 101 as -- provisions of waivers that people have gotten -- opted to wait fourteen no more provisions for waiver that said.
All of these small companies that have fifty employees or less I going to say to employees you know what.
We may pay a little bit more per hour but we cannot afford to give health care all these people gonna end up with a public.
Service -- of these shores so here it comes to nationalize health -- all over again I have to point twelve.
Off so we're back to that conference absolutely.
-- and another left the room.
It's still there it's right there looking at a -- other it is over there is how does -- get out as an end up then.
Well listen it'll it'll have to do with congress is that you know we have a big deficit and if they pay attention.
Hopefully they'll -- More restrictions on Obama care but you know the 2012 election is really the one that could really.
Tell the future of health care in this country either we go to -- a full nationalize health system or at least 80% of it for a lot of Americans or do you go or what some term that it's a little bit more and.
Wouldn't want companies start drop an employee insurance they're -- -- congress will start scrambling to fix the it's the same with these 14100 waivers are almost fourteen under waivers accompanies an -- right -- -- Because they can't afford health reports -- fed up or get away and and and just imagine.
Thirty more million people in the in the work force now you know it's just it's just unrealistic.
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