Except for the possibility they can draw the more expensive crowd. They don't necessarily have to compete for Medicare OR Insurance. The less expensivejwwright2
They simply have to be either competitive cost-wise or so much better than any alternative that cost is not an issue. When insurance companies and Medicare aremcporet_usn
Proton therapy is growing, but that growth is likely to grind to a halt as insurers continue to deny coverage for prostate cancer. This appears to be thejay.ashman
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