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Insurance/Costs from 2007

  1. What do universities typically do to insure the health of students will type 1? (18 Dec 2007)
  2. My nephew with type 1 lost his job and has no medical insurance. When he comes to live with us in California, is there any public aid he can get until he finds a job/insurance? (16 Dec 2007)
  3. First diagnosed with type 1, I was then diagnosed with type 2 due to negative antibodies. I resumed insulin immediately. Is it possible to have type 1 with negative antibodies? (27 Oct 2007)
  4. Where can an uninsured mom find help for her son who has symptoms of diabetes? (21 Sep 2007)
  5. Where can I get insulin pump supplies at no cost? My husband is on disability and I currently have no insurance. (8 Sep 2007)
  6. Our insurance company is not covering the Real-Time continuous glucose monitor for my child. What do you suggest I put in the appeal letter I plan to send to them? (7 Aug 2007)
  7. I tried to get insurance through my employer, but had an issue with a pre-existing clause. I was told that insurers in Texas cannot have a pre-existing clause. What can I do? (24 Jun 2007)
  8. I got a whole life insurance policy for my daughter two years ago. She was recently diagnosed with type 1. Do I need to notify the insurance company of this? (30 May 2007)
  9. How can I convince my insurance carrier that the OmniPod would help me stay healthy and would help me avoid frequent lows? They have denied me coverage. (12 May 2007)
  10. Our insurance company will cover only three test strips per day for my son's meter, but will pay for more strips of another brand. Is this common? (9 May 2007)
  11. I am losing my Healthy Families and CCS coverage because our family gross income is just over the limit. Where can I find other insurance or help? (25 Apr 2007)
  12. I am getting a divorce. My husband wants me to get insurance through my job, but it's too expensive. CIGNA won't cover my daughter. What can I do? (27 Feb 2007)
  13. We want to get a Medtronic pump with a monitor for our daughter, but Blue Cross and Medicaid will not pay for the monitor or its supplies. Why isn't this part covered? (27 Jan 2007)

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