High-Cost Parking at Hospitals Is Pain-Point for Cancer Patients Already Dealing With So Much

Published Aug 21, 2020

High-Cost Parking at Hospitals Is Pain-Point for Cancer Patients Already Dealing With So Much

Parking costs can add hundreds—or thousands—of dollars in out-of-pocket expenses to the cost of cancer treatment. A new study did the math.

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