This year alone, over 100,000 Texans will receive a cancer diagnosis. Fortunately, with groundbreaking research institutions and hardworking organizations, Texas remains dedicated to improving lives in the cancer community.
Nearly 30 years ago, President Ronald Reagan declared August 21st National Senior Citizens' Day in honor of the contributions older Americans make to our country. In President Reagan's words, "With improved health care and more years of productivity, older citizens are reinforcing their historical roles as leaders." For over 10 years, Medicare Part D has helped reinforce Reagan's promise, allowing millions of American seniors to stay healthy and productive.
For the ninth year in a row, the vast majority of Medicare beneficiaries report they're happy with their Part D plans--and for good reason! Medicare Part D enables millions of seniors to choose a prescription medication plan that fits their health needs and their budget. This means that older Americans can afford to take the medicines they need, when they need them, ensuring that they can maintain their health whether they're enjoying the summer sun or a cool fall day.