Doctor Too Costly

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We also compared the percent of women who reported that they did not see a doctor because of cost in the previous year. Although indirect, this might tell us something about whether cost issues played a role in the failure to obtain mammography or a pap test. Black women in the Pittsburgh region have a higher rate of reporting that cost was a deterrent to see a doctor than did white women.


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