chicknyell asks,So my question is are there any alternatives without insurance? For example, does anyone know what the charity system is like in Nebraska (where I hope to go to school)? Are there any known policies that will cover everything but cancer (hopefully I don't need any cancer coverage again)? Are there any policies that will cover cancer after a year or two years without it? Basically, any suggestions you have on how I can both be married and be covered for at least minor stuff but also for my CT-Scans if possible. (If there is a way to get CT-Scans through charity hospitals, I gladly will sit seven hours or so to wait for one for free versus paying for it). Any advice would be much appreciated! Georgetown University maintains an excellent web site summarizing the availablity of health insurance on a state-by-state basis.http://www.healthinsuranceinfo.net/I'd check out the information on that site before talking to an insurance salesman.intercst
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