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Re: [IP] Re: Insurance

My son is just graduated from college and is in the process of being converted
to the insurance of his new job.  They don't pay for insurance until after the
first 90 days of employment, so we put him into COBRA for that three months
time.  We have received information on the new policy and already checked into
how it will cover his pump supplies.  As a dependent, he had the option of
having COBRA for 36 months if he had not gotten a job.  It costs about $250 a
month to insure him on the COBRA.

Judi in MI
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----- Original Message -----
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To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2002 7:16 PM
Subject: [IP] Re: Insurance

: I am curious for info on how some of the pumpers who have been on their
parents insurance made the transition to their own plan through jobs after high
: Janet
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