Medicare Drug Deadline not to be extended

by Medindia Content Team on  December 14, 2005 at 8:32 PM General Health News
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Medicare Drug Deadline not to be extended
The Last date for taking up a Medicare policy has been fixed as May 15th 2006 and various organizations feels that the last date has to be extended as there are various companies offering different policies and the seniors need more time to decide on the policy. The President has urged the seniors to consult theirs children's and friends before deciding on their policy. Some members of the white house feel that six months time is enough for taking a decision on the Medicare policy and no extension of the last date is required.


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