Sal Natale, of Seminole, Fla., says he has no choice but to sign up for Medicare “Part D.” “I really don’t think I have much of an option for protecting me and my wife if I get some serious illness and I need big-time drugs.”
Sal Natale, of Seminole, Fla., says he has no choice but to sign up for Medicare “Part D.” “I really don’t think I have much of an option for protecting me and my wife if I get some serious illness and I need big-time drugs.” Chris O'Meara The Associated Press
Sal Natale, of Seminole, Fla., says he has no choice but to sign up for Medicare “Part D.” “I really don’t think I have much of an option for protecting me and my wife if I get some serious illness and I need big-time drugs.” Chris O'Meara The Associated Press

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