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Is cancer recurrence considered a pre-existing condition? What options do I have?

sam, 13 Oct 2012

It may be, depending on the length of time gap of re-occurrence. Check with the terms and wording in the insurance policy that you are considering. You can consider a policy that covers for acute onset of pre-existing conditions. For an explanation, see Acute Onset of Pre-Existing Conditions Explained

If you decide to go with a plan that covers for acute onset of pre-existing conditions, see: Acute Onset Coverage Comparison

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