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Strokes, surgeries, and trauma from falls or other injuries sometimes result in patients needing extensive care by physical, occupational or speech therapists. But because of inaction by Congress, many seniors on Medicare are facing expensive out-of-pocket costs for treatments they need to remain independent.
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By Rashmi Rangan, AARP State President
Medicare - Tell Congress to Protect Medicare
At AARP, we’re focusing on one important promise:  The pledge President Trump made not to cut Medicare.
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Imagine being 46-years old, diabetic and uninsured. You’re getting sicker every day because you can’t get the treatment you need to control your chronic illness. You also have parents who need long-term care, teenagers living home, and your oldest soon to graduate from college. You don’t have insurance, your children don’t have insurance and your parent's Medicare doesn’t cover all their health care expenses.
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