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Prayers up for you and your son, Neb. Our adult children always remain our children and a major concern. Our son has had two benign tumors on his spine that are slow growing and too near his nerve bundle for cyber knife or anything that can cause collateral damage. His symptoms are minor and infrequent, but it's the elephant in the room. We can relate to your distress and fears.

Thank you for the heads up on the PSA! Despite that "gap" between Medicare and supplemental insurance, we feel most fortunate to be able to afford Medicare and the supplemental policies, as many can't afford those. And then, lots of modern day physicians won't accept new Medicare patients, and your older Docs eventually retire. But I do have the PSA when I have the annual physical.
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