As a retired physician, I knew better than to get tricked into selecting a Medicare Advantage plan. It’s bad enough that my prescription drug supplemental entirely excludes my most expensive medication by refusing to include it on their formulary. I require Tirosint because of poor absorption of less expensive forms of Synthroid. By the way, when I started taking Tirosint it cost less than $30 a month (28 days). Now it costs more than $150 for 30 doses–none of which is paid by my Medicare medication supplemental coverage.

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