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To: AZRepublican

I take 10mg of Toprol daily, I have Medicare Part A and Part B plus I am covered by my wife's health plan.

The annual information letter from the plan advised us that I should not sign up as it would save me no money over the 50% discount already in the plan.

There may be many like us.


29 posted on 02/21/2006 8:15:32 AM PST by Old Professer (Fix the problem, not the blame!)
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To: Old Professer
There may be many like us.

There are many with Medicare supplement plans for whom Part D is not the right choice. If that's your situation, good for you.

31 posted on 02/21/2006 8:32:23 AM PST by Lou L
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To: Old Professer

"I take 10mg of Toprol daily, I have Medicare Part A and Part B plus I am covered by my wife's health plan.

The annual information letter from the plan advised us that I should not sign up as it would save me no money over the 50% discount already in the plan. "

I take a motherload of meds, 2 out of 11 are generic. I am as are you on parts A & B plus covered by my health plan as number 2. Got the same letter.

Try to look at it this way, if you live another 7 years or so, most of your drugs will be generic!


35 posted on 02/21/2006 11:01:05 AM PST by HonestConservative (Bless our Servicemen!)
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