The financial and ethical dilemmas surrounding costly cancer drugs

    With some chemotherapy regimens costing as much as $100,000 per round, the availability of expensive cancer drugs has created ethical and financial dilemmas for both patients and health care providers. We talk with oncologist NEAL MEROPOL of Fox Chase Cancer Center and ART CAPLAN about the challenges we face in providing costly cancer care.
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