I am new to all of this. What exactly does "Acute Onset of a Pre-existing Condition" mean?
Sarah, 08 Mar 2014
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My dad had kidney disease and underwent kidney transplant an year ago. He is also diabetic. He has been on transplant medication and insulin ever since. He is stable and takes his medication as prescribed and has experienced no problems since the transplant. He is planning to visit the USA. If he gets into any related problems while in USA, will the "acute onset of pre-existing conditions" cover the medical costs? Who decides whether the condition would qualify for this coverage? Appreciate your help on this.
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