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Outreach and Answering Questions

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Austin E (1 year ago)
I love your story, your insight and your mission! It sounds like you could have a great career consulting on applications to insurance companies. Has this been something you've pursued?
Ipostle (2 years ago)
SOA,My Blue Cross did the right thing when my doctor gauged me at F1 to F1 1/2. Denied. They had about 6 or 8 reasons why I could qualify for Harvoni. I don't meet any of them. No HIV,no replaced liver, no F2 and no 7.7 Fibroscan etc. There's a video from last month where this liver doctor from Gilead basically says that Harvoni is worth 150,000 if you weigh it against the alternative( liver replacement ). I think they're going to milk it for all they can and it'll be up to each states' attorneys general to pressure Insurers to pay. Have you seen what New York did? 7 Insurance companies agreed to pay all the ones they'd previously denied. All N.Y. had to do was ask to see the paperwork.
Sons of Apollo (2 years ago)
Keep me posted on your status. If there is anything I might be able to help you with don't hesitate to ask.
Sons of Apollo (2 years ago)
+Ipostle No problem. Fat is metabolized by the liver. This increased activity makes the scan appear worse than it is. The not eating is just for the most accurate test possible, which is done in most tests such as MRIs, sonagrams, blood tests, ect. Often the food or fluid will make it appear as if there is a problem where there is not. Which is why normally most people comply with this request, because, well it would be a real shame to set off a false alarm.
Ipostle (2 years ago)
+Sons of Apollo Thanks Apollos.
Sons of Apollo (2 years ago)
+Ipostle How would someone get caught when they aren't breaking any rules? What if someone forgot?
Ipostle (2 years ago)
+Sons of Apollo Yes Apollos but could someone get caught?

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