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    Here is a pretty good snapshot of a very complicated health care bill. This graphic shows the changes from the current AHCA, to the HOuse bill, and now to the Senate bill.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/senate-health-care-bill-guide_us_594c05bde4b0a3a837be6195?utm_campaign=hp_fb_pages&utm_source=main_fb&utm_medium=facebook&ncid=fcbklnkushpmg00000063

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      GregP_WN

      This graphic is too small to read but click on the read more link then click on the article link. You can read the whole article there.

      about 9 hours ago
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    GregP_WN asked a questionHead & Neck/Throat Cancer

    How many of you have a certain arm and certain vein you suggest for blood draws?

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      SueRae1

      I do, though when possible I prefer they use my port. Unfortunately many of nurses that prep me for my scans do not know how to access or close my port so they set up a pic line, one the plus side I have all 3 scans (bone, MRI of abdomen & Pelvis, Chest CT), all done on the same day one right after another.

      about 6 hours ago
    • Carool's Avatar
      Carool

      I always have them use my right arm, as I had a lymph node removed from my left (actually, two nodes, both benign but one was hard so my surgeon removed it).

      about 5 hours ago
    • LiveWithCancer's Avatar
      LiveWithCancer

      My veins are toast after chemo. I try to talk them into using my port, but they often wont. In that case, i have veins on my hands that are still accessible. Yes, it hurts to get IVs there, but like you said, Greg, it beats them sticking and probing time after time.

      about 3 hours ago