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1833444 tn?1325557062

Did anyone see this news letter from Hepatitis Central news letter?

I thought I would share it is good news about coverage for Hep c patient with or without insurance or about to get insurance, coming soon we can not be denied coverage for a pre-existing.
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http://click.icptrack.com/icp/relay.php?r=20015363&msgid=65411&act=W457&c=1156211&destination=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.hepatitis-central.com%2Fmt%2Farchives%2F2012%2F07%2Fregardless_of_p.html%3Feml%3Dhepcen164%26utm_source%3DiContact%26utm_medium%3Demail%26utm_campaign%3DHepatitis%20Cenral%26utm_content%3DHepCen%2B%2523164
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Great - so they won't deny coverage, they'll just charge you $1,500/mo for it. Gee, that is helpful. These laws are a step forward but don't really ease day to day life.
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Those posts aren't a blog but reader comments.
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317787 tn?1473358451
Thank you for the information.  I am sure it will help people who do not have ins and have been worried
People have posted this question in the past
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1833444 tn?1325557062
Your welcome...I guess everyone in here is cover not to many respond LOL. I do have to agree with you on the politics they should be completely left out and move on eith saving lives.
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Thanks for the link. It is good to know that ppl won't be denied for a preexisting illness,but I wonder if we will be able to afford the insurance and meds/ I hope they have that worked out.
What I didn't like about the link was the blog following it where it was fiercely political anti Obama. Nothing like political divisiveness to deter from the issue of saving lives.
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