Word forms: (regular plural) preexisting conditions
(Insurance: Medical insurance)
Having a preexisting condition when shopping for health insurance can make the task a difficult one.
A preexisting condition was defined as one for which medical treatment or advice was rendered, prescribed,
or recommended within 12 months prior to the participant's effective date of insurance.
A preexisting condition is a medical condition already suffered by a proposer before the starting date of
an insurance policy.
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