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Thread: Insurance Policy

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    Insurance Policy

    Does anyone know of an insurance company that provides policies for bloodless medicine and surgery?

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    There's no need for a special type of health insurance coverage. The various techniques, equipment and medications used to treat a patient without using blood are generally covered by most insurance companies, including Medicare. Noe, if there is a particular hospital in your area that has an established bloodless medicine and surgery program, or if you are seeking medical care from a particular doctor who is well versed in providing such medical care, then you will need to check with them to make sure they accept what ever insurance coverage you have.

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