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Can a medical insurance company drop coverage in the middle of chemotherapy treatment for cancer?


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2015-07-14 15:56:41
2015-07-14 15:56:41

No, is there something else going on, like not paying your premiums? Are they cancelling EVERYONE in your state? Did your employer stop paying the premiums?

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Did they drop your coverage or were only 30 treatments approved and the doctor "forgot" to ask for additional treatments? Additional treatments can be retro-approved so this shouldn't be a big problem.

Update: (1/18/2010 - Nameless Cynic) Excuse me? Yes, they can and will drop you on any basis that they can dream up. The process is called "recission," and Blue Cross admitted in front of Congress just six months ago that, not only does this occur, but they have no plans of stopping it on their own.


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