What coverage can be offered to a cancer patient visiting U.S from U.K?
There is one plan that would offer coverage for an acute onset of pre-existing conditions for cancer. It would cover only a flare-up of it. Meaning, not a long term coverage. Acute is meant to cover the initial "emergency," It is not meant to cover long-term care or stay in a hospital. To read more about what an acute onset of pre-existing conditions is, see: http://blog.visitorscoverage.com/acute-onset-of-pre-existing-condition-vs-pre-existing-condition/ We recommend taking a look at Liaison Continent A for the coverage explained above: http://www.visitorscoverage.com/liaison-continent-insurance-PlanA/
Tracey Blakemore, 16 Nov 2016
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