For $20 per month, a basic plan that would cover a yearly physical and lab tests and 6 doctor visits throughout the year for simple medical care. Then, for an extra $10 per package each month, you could add a package for "Extra MD Care", "Cancer Treatment", "Heart Disease/Heart Attack", or "Emergency Room Visits", etc., depending on what you, based on your health and family history, felt might be necessary. If you didn't have a package that covered the condition when you were diagnosed, insurance would only cover 10% of your costs and you wouldn't be able to add that package after being diagnosed, but if you had that particular package, then insurance would cover 90% of the tab and they couldn't cancel your policy.Answer Question
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