Fixing Medicare Part D is an important way we can improve health equity. Why? Because patients of color are more likely to abandon their cancer treatment due to high costs. And many blood cancer patients — like Sharon — face out-of-pocket drug costs of $10,000 or more each year. In fact, there’s no limit to what Medicare patients must pay for their drugs at the pharmacy.
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