Medicare f or g to choose? Or keep current HMO?

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Larry E
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   Posted 9/4/2017 9:58 AM (GMT -6)   
Octorobo,
Sounds reasonable but I would like regular DP no Diet. My GLUC is 143 so I must cut back to 4/week for now. If your new plan goes through what a trend to set there is no limit to the possibilities.

But in all seriousness; I resemble the DP stadium sales guy.
Larry

Larry E
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   Posted 9/4/2017 10:23 AM (GMT -6)   
Thank you All!

Thank you Almost a 10, I am going to check out part D carefully and several have said that will be best to get for my situation.
Faustmann, I will certainly watch out and not get caught up in the underwriting mess. Thanks
JNF - I have found a trusted local independent agent and will be calling him Tuesday, Thanks for taking the time to share your valuable experience with me.
Larry
Dx 62yrs 2015 Tulsa
G-9 (4+5), 80% PSA 203
Advanced Prostate Cancer, distant bones mets.
5/15 Fermagon initial ADT
7/15 Taxotere / 6 cycles - Warren Clinic Oncology Tulsa
8/16 Progression of bone mets PSA constant
Lung nodes 10/16
12/5/16 Provenge MD Anderson
Current Eligard /6mo, Xgeva /mo, Vit D3
PSA July 1.3, June 1.1, May 1.0, March 1.0, Jan 1.2

ShellyHiller
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   Posted 3/8/2018 12:24 AM (GMT -6)   
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