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FEHB Blue Cross Basic Option or Medicard Part B?

I am a retired federal civil servant. It is federally insured to open season and I need help in my 2009 options. I am enrolled in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield service benefit plan standard options self only that will cost me $152.06 per month. I am also enrolled in Medicare part A and B that will cause me $96.40 per month. I know I am double playing for a lot of my benefits. I have spent many hours researching, but my reasoning is handicap due to my dyslexia. I believe I have two options. Option 1: change my BCBS plan to the basic option for $92.44 that will save me $59.62 per month. Option 2: keep my BCBS standard option and cancel my Medicare part B. that will save me $96.40. What is your opinion? Thank you for your help, Dan

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