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Re: insurance with cancer


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Posted by Bob Morris on March 11, 2002 at 11:16:37:

In Reply to: insurance with cancer posted by christel shultz on March 02, 2001 at 17:48:43:

: my husband has bladder cancer. We have State Farm
: hospital insurance only. His doctor wants him to get more tests, they are not covered unless my husband is in the hospital. Are there any ways around this?
: Is there insurance available for people who have cancer?
: please e-mail me thank you

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If you havenít already found health coverage, drop me a line or give me a call. We came across a program called Care EntrÈe that, to make a long story short, reduced my sonís surgery cost from $8,000 to $1,250. It does not have any pre-existing condition exclusions or age limitations. It costs $54.95 a month for a single or family coverage. I am self employed and it was outrageously expensive to purchase a policy on an individual basis through other carriers. After our experience with Care EntrÈe, we became an agent, so I can answer any questions that you may have. You can respond to this email, which is my personal email, or call me at 316-259-3204.

Sincerely,

Bob Morris

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