Voice For Health & Progress
  • Describing himself as an expert tradesman, Frank learned eleven trades on his own, working as a carpenter and then as a machinist. He became disabled in 1995 and enrolled in Medicare Part D when the program began in 2006.

    Medicare Part D assists Frank in managing his health challenges, including scoliosis, degenerative disc disease, and high cholesterol, which has now put him at risk of losing his leg.

    Frank says that he would not be able to afford his prescriptions if he could no longer rely on Medicare Part D.