The proportion of those who are underinsured elevated from 9 % to 14 %, or 25 million people, between 2003 and 2007. Sixty-one % of these with medical bill problems or accumulated medical personal debt were insured at that time care was provided. Other key survey findings consist of: Among the medical costs problems reported in the study: 28 % are paying off medical bills over time, from 21 % in 2005 up, and 27 % of adults under age 65 said they had problems paying or were not able to pay their expenses in 2007, from 23 % in 2005 up. Over fifty % of insured working-age adults who have deductibles that stand for 5 % or more of their income reported medical costs burdens and debt; one-third of adults with lower deductibles encounter these kinds of difficulties.The Daily Health Plan Report is released for Kaisernetwork.org, a free services of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2009 Advisory Panel Kaiser and Company Family members Foundation. All rights reserved.. Afatinib triples progression free survival in stage III study in lung cancer patients Boehringer Ingelheim announced promising results from two clinical trials of its investigational cancers compound afatinib presented at the 35 th European Society for Medical Oncology Congress in Milan, Italy.