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One in four Americans skip medical attention because of cost - Benefits Pro

What's worse, 56 percent of Americans don't think they'll have affordable health insurance in the future. (Photo: Shutterstock)This article by Katie Kuehner-Herbert for Benefits Pro discusses how many Americans - even those with insurance - are skipping doctor's visits because of high out-of-pocket costs.

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"According to a Bankrate survey of 1,002 U.S. adults conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates, a quarter of respondents say they have decided not to seek medical attention when they’ve need it because of the cost. Older millennials, ages 27-36, were the most likely to say this (32 percent)."

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