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Higher health care prices drove 38% of American adults — an estimated 98 million people — to either delay or skip treatment; cut back on driving, utilities, and food; or borrow money to pay medical bills in the last six months.

That’s according to a new survey conducted by West Health and Gallup in June, the same month inflation in the United States reached 9.1%, a new 40-year high.



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