Seniors dealing with loss of prescription aid
One says she’ll try to do without her medication
DIXON – The end of state subsidies that help seniors with their prescription drug costs will hit 88-year-old Margaret Johnson of Dixon hard.
It will cost her an extra $138 a month – $34 for her premium to receive Medicare Part D, which is for prescription drugs, and $104 to help pay for the drugs.
She said she’ll continue to pay the premium, but is going to stop getting the drugs.
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