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Affording Your MS … or Not, You’re Likely Paying Either Way

Have you been in this Catch-22? You had great medical insurance when you were working. But, you’re not working anymore. Your insurance now comes with a $6,000 deductible and it doesn’t cover any medications. That $6,000 is about a fifth of your yearly income. You took early retirement because of your MS, but the pension you’re […] The post Affording Your MS … or Not, You’re Likely Paying Either Way appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.
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