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Did the insured know he had any issues with cancer? For more info. see http://www.steveshorr.com/wrong.or.imcopmplet.info..htm

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Q: Does the beneficiary get paid if the insurance company did an exam on the insured prior to issuing a life insurance policy but the insured dies due to a liver cancer in the first two years?
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