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Action by state fails to fix drug plan woes

Some seniors still refused pills amid Medicare confusion

By Jeffrey Krasner
Globe Staff / January 11, 2006

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A day after state health officials took emergency action to ensure senior citizens are not denied medications because of confusion surrounding the new federal Medicare drug benefit, there are reports that some are still leaving pharmacies empty-handed. (Full article: 673 words)

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