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Resource ID: #13472
Subject: Insurance
Source: Smart Money Magazine
Date: 1996-07-01


Smart Money investigates loopholes in medical insurance policies called "experimental exclusion" clauses. The clauses excuse insurers from paying for any type of experimental or investigatory treatments - even in the case of life-threatening diseases. If a drug is not being used for its FDA approved purpose, insurance companies may not pay for it, regardless of whether it may be a patient's only hope in a terminal illness. (July 1996)

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