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How can I get a group health insurance plan if I am a cancer survivor?

Group health coverage may be available through an employer or another group. Your relationship or membership with that group may qualify you to participate in their health insurance benefit plan.

An employer may pay all of the plan costs. However, often an employer pays a portion of the health insurance cost and the employee is also required to pay a portion. There may also be an option for extra insurance coverage if you are willing to pay an additional amount.

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