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Old Fri Oct 26, 2018, 08:16 AM
JoMac53 JoMac53 is offline
Join Date: Sep 2017
Posts: 74
Thank you, Ray. Wow, that's mind boggling.

Do you know if there's a list anywhere of drugs commonly used after transplant? Also, with the Plan F, as far as you know, does it matter which insurance company you go with (other than the cost for your premium)? I mean do you have to check that the hospital will take that coverage (Aetna, Blue Cross, Humana, etc) or does that not matter with Supplement plans? I see signs up in doctors offices all the time saying they're in network or out of network or no longer accepting this or that insurance. I think they're talking about HMOs and PPOs in the Medicare Advantage plans but I'm not a hundred percent positive.
Joanne, 65F, 8/17 dx Primary MDS-EB1, Pancytopenia; 6/19 MPN w/CMML characteristics, dr calling it AML even w/blasts <20%; 7/19 Induction w/Vyxeos resulting in complete remission with incomplete blood count recovery.
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