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Old Thu Jun 13, 2013, 09:20 AM
rhurder rhurder is offline
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Smile Does Medicare pay for vidaza, dacogen or revlimid?

does medicare pay for vidaza, dacogen or revlimid?
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Old Thu Jun 13, 2013, 12:00 PM
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does medicare pay for vidaza, dacogen or revlimid?
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It depends on which Medicare drug coverage plan you enroll in, but almost all (over 90%) of the available plans in North Carolina cover all three of these drugs, according to the Medicare Plan Finder. You can try it yourself and see the plans and their premiums, deductibles, and copay and coinsurance costs.
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