Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Tip #4 and Dentist

Tip #4 – For those of us that deal with health insurance. Most insurers have a case management office that handles dangerous illnesses like cancer, heart disease, and etc. Call your insurer and ask about being case managed. Because Burkitt’s requires aggressive chemo, there are unscheduled hospital trips that will require more agility than a hulking bureaucracy can usually handle, Asking for a case manager seems to alleviate a lot of this.

Vini, vidi, vici. That’s right I’m bad. Went to the dentist and all I need is a crown for a damaged tooth I’ve had for a hundred years. Yeah baby. My pearly yellows had a small bit of tartar, but the gal said great for a guy who had been away for two years. The scraping, gouging, and picking didn’t cause a lot of bleeding either. all-in-all a day of 4.5 chemo bags. :) 

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