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Re: [MOL] Diane



Deb, Thanks so much for finding this out,  I will check with our state and
the next time the question comes up we will know to tell the person to check
their state.  Great, thanks mucho, love and
Warmly, lillian

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----- Original Message -----
From: deb grodin <debg@home.com>
To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Sent: Monday, October 25, 1999 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Diane


> Dear Lillian,
> I asked today at work and the answer I got was that it is state
> regulated. Each state has their own laws and all insurance companies
> that write within that state must follow those laws for policies within
> the state. In N .J. there is no pre existing condition. As long as you
> have insurance you can not be denied with a new company.
> Debby
>
> Lillian wrote:
> >
> > Well Diane, now that Deb has a great new job and with an Insurance
Company
> > she might be able to settle the debate on health insurance.  I believe
> > different Companies have different rules; as here the company that the
> > County Gov't. uses will accept people; but will not pay for certain
> > conditions unless the person has not had any drugs, treatments or
doctors
> > visits for the condition in the last 18 months.   Kathy's said
otherwise, I
> > wish more Molers would jump in on this one so we can all get it
straight.
> > Did you happen to find out anything on it?  Sorry your not feeling too
well,
> > do you think perhaps maybe you should go part time for the first few
weeks?
> > It is easy to slide backwards as your surgery is considered major.
> > Unfortunately we all too often feel pretty good, then take on too much
and
> > slide back and it feels like it takes longer to truly heal, than if we
had
> > just taken it easy a bit longer.  I understand that you more than likely
> > have concerns considering a new contract pending so soon; etc.  Just
> > thinking of you.  Take care, your friend, lillian
> >
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