I too have a prolbem I had a brain tumer that had a surgery last year..Its been a year and the tumer is back..the dr wont release me for work..and I dont know what to do If I dont do the surery Ill die from it but the dr and hospitols wont operate with out insurance..or money I hear our president talk of nation wide insurance where is help
With a pre-existing condition, getting insurance in the private market will not be an option for you; however the new law (Health Care Reform) provides plans that will insure a person with pre-existing conditions such as yourself. As long as you have had no credible coverage (in other words no other major medical health insurance) in the past 6 months, you can obtain a health plan that will help you.
To enroll in the Federal Risk Pool, visit http://www.pciplan.com/ or call (800) 220-7898.
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