Medicare Pays For A Kidney Transplant, But Not The Drugs To Keep It Viable

(By Richard Harris for NPR)

The federal government will pay more than $100,000 to give someone a kidney transplant, but after three years, the government will often stop paying for the drugs needed to keep that transplanted kidney alive. Continue reading article here…

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