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This video was created to help you get a better understanding of the basics of Medicare. It will review both Medicare Part A and Part B, along with Prescription Drug Insurance, also known as Part D, Medicare Advantage plans, also known as Part C, and standardized Medicare Supplement Insurance plans. The video will also explain who is eligible for Medicare.
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