Dr. Joe Alvarnas

oncologist at City of Hope

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People relying on Medi-Cal have a harder time accessing  cancer treatments. The California Cancer Care Equity Act is trying to fix this problem.

On Medi-Cal, can’t access cancer treatment? New CA bill wants to change it

People relying on Medi-Cal have a harder time accessing cancer treatments. The California Cancer Care Equity Act is trying to fix this problem.

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