New COVID-19 Stimulus Bill Opens Cancer Clinical Trials to Millions Who Were Previously Excluded

Published Jan 13, 2021

New COVID-19 Stimulus Bill Opens Cancer Clinical Trials to Millions Who Were Previously Excluded

A new law requiring state Medicaid to cover the costs of routine care associated with clinical trials will open up the potentially lifesaving care to millions who previously could not afford it.

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