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Nearly A Quarter Of Diabetes Patients Altered Therapy In Part D Gap – Study

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Twenty-three percent of a large sample of Medicare Part D enrollees taking oral drugs for diabetes changed their medication use when they reached the gap in coverage, according to a study released by the Kaiser Family Foundation Aug. 21

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