Prostate cancer patients without private insurance up to $30,000 out of pocket

Updated March 16 2023 - 10:37am, first published March 14 2023 - 5:00am
Ken Bezant, pictured with his wife Nola in Paris, is now helping others through a prostate cancer survivor support group. Picture supplied
Ken Bezant, pictured with his wife Nola in Paris, is now helping others through a prostate cancer survivor support group. Picture supplied

The cost of living is hitting men where it hurts as those diagnosed with prostate cancer who don't have private health insurance have limited treatment options.

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