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I would like to know if it's true about Paul Ryan trying to vote in cancer patients pay up to $140,000 a year for insurance

I would like to know if it's true about Paul Ryan trying to vote in cancer patiants to pay up to $140.000 a year for insurance

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Do you think that the Melatonin really helps to fight cancer?


Cancer still continues to be a deadly disease for many with no proper medicine to heal it. So for this reason, I would recommend that prevention is better than cure!. Cancerous cells are known to accumulate in our body due to the lack of production of Melatonina, since the daylight inhibits its synthesis, causing the occurrence of cancer. I know more about this, as work in the field of research. After trying these supplements on such patients they have proved to show good results, with better response to treatment as well. So I do believe that they can play a small role in fighting against cancer too!.


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Is there a herb that can be use to treat cancer or cure cancer?


I hear soursop is pretty good. Depending on the cancer. Cannabis has been proven to slow cancer cells

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Has anyone asked Republicans if they have thought about the reason that some Dr's will not see Medicare patients is because the govenerm nt is slow and /or never pays them ?


The reason that some doctors will not see Medicare patients is that Medicare, as the nation's largest insurer, can negotiate much lower rates than private insurers. Some doctors can afford to pass on Medicare patients and just take patients with private insurance, which pays the doctors more.

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I am undergoing treatment of my thyroid cancer and not working at the moment. I want to apply for sickness benefit.


Go to the patient financial assistance department at your treatment center. They may have a different name for it, but I would expect they can help. Ask your doctor or physician's assistant. I have been a patient at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa for many years, and they have a center to help patients with all kinds of benefit problems.

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Why would doctors stop chemo on someone who has stage 4 bone cancer, and say come back in 6 months


Doctors have a duty to act in the patient's best interests so if the chemo is being ineffective or is causing the patient more harm than the cancer they are likely to stop treatment and allow the patient to have some quality of life for the remainder of the time the patient is capable of having a quality of life.

Sometimes the patient will request such a debilitating treatment as chemo to be stopped for the similar reasons. The patient will know the odds are against successful treatment or simply hates the treatment and sees it as wasting time that could or should be spent with loved ones before palliative care becomes necessary.

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I have read that medicare will not pay for cancer treatment for seniors over the age of 76 after 2018 as dictated by Obamacare,, is that true????


Definitely not true. But the type of Medicare insurance you have could determine your out of pocket expenses should you need cancer treatments. Most Medicare "Advantage" plans leave you paying 20% for outpatient services (this would include chemo and radiation) up to the maximum annual out of pocket amount. In 2017, $6,700 is the most you would pay out of pocket. Under Medigap Plans, such as Plan F, N, or G, that 20% is paid by the plan. For more on how Medicare covers cancer, check out https://expertmedicare.com/medicare-cover-cancer

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Is it true that the Senate voted to steal $150 Billion dollars from social Security



It happened on the 30th of October 2015.
3am 30/10/15, while America was sleeping, the senate voted to steal $150 billion dollars from the Social Security Trust Fund. Just remember, a vote to raid social security in the middle of the night in a desperate attempt to perpetuate an unsustainable spending addiction isn't a sight of strength, it is a sign of weakness." If ever there were a reason to PRIVATIZE social security and Medicare, this is it. Congress has broken their promise, and ripped us seniors off. Fire the Government. Senator Rand Paul filibustered until 2am this morning, an exercise in futility, where the Senate joined with the House to "borrow from peter to pay Paul," raid social security and pay down a myriad of other bureaucratic debts. The debt ceiling was raised as high as the sky until 2017.
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The dietary status of niacin (vitamin B3) has the potential to influence DNA repair, genomic stability, and the immune system, eventually having an impact on cancer risk, as well as the side effects of chemotherapy in the cancer patient.

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Did Reagan pass a law that hospitals must treat patients if they can't pay or have insurance?


No hospital can turn away a patient from their Emergency Dept based on the patient's ability to pay. Most hospitals will try to help you obtain insurance (Medicaid, for example) and if you're not eligible for that, they will usually offer some sort of discount and set up a payment plan. Many hospitals can adjust off a large part of their bill if you submit financial information that shows your income, how many people are in your household, etc. But you can't drag your heels. If the patient doesn't contact the hospital to work out some sort of agreement and the claim goes into Bad Debt (usually 90 days) you're stuck. For elective procedures and/or admissions, the facility can require you to make a payment prior to services being rendered.

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