Why there is no coverage for pre-existing conditions in any of your plans for people above the age of 70?
Internet User, 07 Jul 2014
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Hello customer support, My mother, who is 82 years old, will be visiting and staying with me in the USA for 3 months. She suffers from dementia. Do I need a power of attorney to take her to the doctor and get medical help for her in California? Also, what is the best insurance plan for her? I need good, comprehensive coverage. Please let me know. Thank you!
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