By Kim Dixon CHICAGO, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Intel Corp. Chairman Andy Grove went on a mission a few years back to find the definitive treatment for his prostate cancer. While Grove, whose illness is now in remission, was able to find a workable solution, he had to wade through a confusing maze of options in his search for treatment and coverage. "There has never been a randomly controlled trial to say which treatment is best" for that type of cancer, said Humana's chief medical officer ...
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