[Homestead] Shots or not?
Sage Austin | Eureka! Design
eureka at hctc.net
Mon Dec 29 21:23:51 EST 2008
You'd think it would be like the car insurance company considering
hitting a deer and act of god and lowering the deductible. My PPO had no
idea how to direct me to an in-network provider of rabies vaccines. I
also learned that there are only two companies making the vaccine, one
in Germany and the other in the Netherlands, I think. So I can't imagine
it being cost effective to have my doctor order it when it's already
available from the health department. Not to mention needing to start
the shots in 72 hours.
Marie McHarry wrote:
> I'd get the shots as the alternative is so gruesome. I've known
> several people who've had the shots, including my aunt and uncle who
> took care of a calf that turned out to have rabies. Everyone agreed
> that they hurt, a lot.
> Your insurance company's waffling over the in-system out-of-system
> distinction is, of course, goofy. For them, paying for the shots ought
> to be a no-brainer.
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