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Cervical Dysplasia and Insurance Coverage

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I am starting with a new insurance company after two years of no coverage. During that time I was treated for cervical dysplasia. I am wondering if this will be covered under my plan or will it be considered a pre-existing condition. I am completely freaked because I am a college student with little to no money for high medical costs.
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replied December 15th, 2007
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I wouldn't say anything about the dysplasia. Is it cured right?
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