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No Medicare or Indigent Health Care

“I am too young for Medicare and do not qualify for Indigent Health Care… I just need to voice these concerns to someone.” [NOTE: I receive e-mail like this almost every day. Please understand that all we want is a fair break for these good American citizens. Frank] Please let me first tell you how…

Health & Medical

New Medicare Drug Cards Exposed!

The objective of the Senior Discount Card Program is to give Seniors who have no prescription insurance coverage the opportunity to save some money on their prescription costs. If your are married the total income has to be under $16,862 and if you are single the figure is $12,569 in order to qualify. You have…

Health & Medical Political

Drug Bill Benefits Termed ‘Very Poor’

Another look at the new drug benefit program for Medicare Two federal plans being weighed would raise costs for many on Medicare, a report by activists says. The ens of thousands of Medicare beneficiaries in Iowa would pay more than they do now for their prescription drugs under proposals approved in the House and Senate,…

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