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An Analysis of Whether Higher Health Care Spending is Worth it in the Case of Cancer

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    • Investments in cancer care generated $598 billion of additional value for cancer patients diagnosed between 1983 and 1999.  
    • Cancer patients in the U.S. experience greater survival gains than those in European countries, and the value of additional gains exceeds the additional cost of care in the U.S.