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November
Question:
What is the average monthly cost for a dialysis patient?
A. $3,471 B. $7,417 C. $10,958

Answer: The average monthly spending for a dialysis patient is B. $7,417.

October
Question:
What is the average yearly spending per Medicare hospice patient?
A. $5,625 B. $7,234 C. $11,820

Answer: The average yearly spending per Medicare hospice patient is C. $11,820.

September
Question: What is the average medical cost of care for a child with brain cancer over the course of their lifetime?
A. $100,000-$400,000 B. $450,000-$700,000 C. $750,000-$1,000,000

Answer: The average medical cost of care for a child with brain cancer over the course of their lifetime is
B. $450,000-$700,000.

August
Question: What is the average monthly medical cost of care for a person with MS?
A. $1,265 B. $2,744 C. $5,833

Answer: The average monthly cost of medical care for a person affected by MS is C. $5,833.

July
Question: What is the average monthly medical cost of care for a person affected by autism?
A. $5,000 B. $6,000 C. $7,000

Answer: The average monthly cost of medical care for a person affected by autism is A. $5,000.

June
Question: The average cost of a normal pregnancy is $4,000, but what's the average cost for a pre-term baby?
A.$10,000-$25,000 B. $30,000-$50,000 C. $55,000-$1 million

Answer: The average cost for a preterm birth ranges from $55,000 to $1 million.

May
Question: What is the average monthly medical cost of care for a person affected by hemophilia?
A.$10,000 B.$20,000 C.$30,000

Answer: A person with hemophilia pays $30,000 a month for medical care.

April
Question: What is the average monthly medical cost of care for a person affected by HIV/AIDS?
A.$500-$1,000  B.$2,000-$5,000  C.$6,000-$7,000

Answer: A person affected by HIV/AIDS pays $2,000 to $5,000 each month for treatments.

March
Question: What is the average yearly medical cost of care for a person affected by diabetes?
A. $7,200   B. $13,700   C. $15,300

Answer: As of 2014, medical costs in Nebraska are approximately 2.3 times higher than those without diabetes, costing an average of $13,700 each year.