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  1. DaveFromMD, Yup, that's my take on LTC coverage....

    DaveFromMD, Yup, that's my take on LTC coverage. It makes sense. They'd like you to sign up in your 40s or 50s, so those premiums cover expected costs and then some. This LTC plan came via the...
  2. Appreciate your bedside manner, MichiganMan16....

    Appreciate your bedside manner, MichiganMan16. Even though I'm still sorting out my own situation, I've become a mentor to a former colleague who had similar surgery six months after me. His prostate...
  3. Thanks, Djin, very helpful. It was indeed a...

    Thanks, Djin, very helpful. It was indeed a pathology report, that line of info I provided was summarized from a longer report of about a page and a half that they gave me. And, indeed, they noted...
  4. I hear you, Senior User, and agree. I'm in the...

    I hear you, Senior User, and agree. I'm in the camp of better health coverage for all. That said -- and that's all I'm going to say on that here -- I realize pre-existing conditions are very much a...
  5. I appreciate your thoughts, HighlanderCFH.

    Despite this and other age-related ailments, I still consider myself lucky. I'm two years past surgery, and I'm a couple months from age 70, which too many of my friends and family members failed to...
  6. Reconciling pathology report with insurance company requirements

    Hi, everyone. This is my first post. I had a prostectomy in February 2018, followed by anti-hormonal treatment (which goes on and may end in a few more months) and then seven weeks of radiation. I've...
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