What does cancer medication do to your IQ? Does it make a difference in what form you take your medication if you have cancer? Can you or your loved ones deal with the stresses of figuring out insurance and Medicare? Read on to see what would help.
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Medication–those of us with Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC), we take a LOT of medication, every day. Sometimes, we have no choice as to the modality or location the medication is taken. Some examples of the modality are: 1) pill; 2) injection; or 3) infusion. Some examples of location are: 1) home; 2) doctor’s office; 3) clinic; 4) infusion center; 5) in the hospital.
And what about co-pays? Adiba talks about that ….
Being terminally ill is complicated. The medication is complicated. The insurance issues are complicated. The result of these complicates our ability to rest and increases our stress exponentially. Add in unscrupulous vendors and the aggressiveness of collection agencies and it can be brutal.
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