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Seniors stop taking heart drugs in Medicare 'donut hole'
Serena Gordon
April 17, 2012

When Medicare stops paying for seniors' medications after they enter the Part D "donut hole," the seniors often go without the drugs, even if the medications are essential for heart health, new research shows. Jennifer Polinski, HMS instructor in medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is the author of the study.

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