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      What is the actual cost of living with something like muscular dystrophy? Each person experiences MD differently, and the prices can differ as well.

      Here are some examples of the “Cost” of living with muscular dystrophy:

      • Unreimbursed medical expenses (not paid for by health insurance). These include co-pays, nonprescription medications, etc.
      • Living expenses that someone without MD would not have to pay. For instance, this could be costs to install a ramp, safety bars, or convert a van to accommodate a wheelchair.
      • Extra costs or reduced opportunities regarding school and work.
      • Unpaid caregiving help from family members.
      • Other expenses and costs to patients with MD and their families.

      What are some other “costs” that you would include?

      I have attached an article by our columnist Hawken Miller. Give it a read, tell us your thoughts, or add more in the comments. Hawken Miller: Economic Burden Article

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      Gail Sullivan

      for me it’s getting me out of the house to somewhere else like the dentist. I have to hire an ambulance taxi. My dentist is 15 miles away from my house and last Thursday it cost me over $800 to go to the dentist and back home. I can’t afford to spend this kind of money to go to the hospital for test or to the dentist. However there’s no other way for me to get to either place and there’s no refunds whatsoever from the government.


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