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If I have to move to the USA how can I get treatments for Diaberic? In my country we pay for the national insurance, but this won't help me in United States.

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Living with type 1 diabetes since 1997.
Tucson, AZ
everyone has a different insurance. will you or a spouse have a full-time job? hopefully they will offer good insurance. otherwise, there is taxpayer-paid government insurance. but I dont know much about how that works

I'm a mom supporting a child with type 1 diabetes.
Hanover, PA
where r u moving? That what my question ill be. It all depends where u r moving what state.

Living with type 2 diabetes since 2003.
Tel Aviv, ISR
Florida. It is for work purposes. I don't know yet if it will be as an employee or if I will be my own boss.

I'm a mom supporting a child with type 1 diabetes.
Hanover, PA
I don't know anything about Florida how they do it.. I live in P.a. n my son have my husband n the state insuance. They pay for most of he pump n he meds. They don't pay for he c.g.m Dexcom. If u have a facebook page there are a lot of people who live in Florida n they can give u more information to help. I'm sorry I can't help with ur question.

supporting someone with LADA. supporting a sibling with gestational diabetes since 2013.
Tel Aviv, ISR
Anyone sponsoring your visa?

Living with type 2 diabetes since 2003.
Tel Aviv, ISR
i would probably have a working visa

supporting someone with LADA. supporting a sibling with gestational diabetes since 2013.
Tel Aviv, ISR
Then your employer (who'd sponsor your visa) would prob give you health insurance. Typically the bigger the employer, the broader the insurance.

Living with type 2 diabetes since 2003.
Tel Aviv, ISR
And this insurance will be enough for treatments including medications or it will not includ existing illneses?

supporting someone with LADA. supporting a sibling with gestational diabetes since 2013.
Tel Aviv, ISR
As far as I know, coverage refusal due to pre-existing conditions has been outlawed as part of Obamacare. The rest of the coverage depends on the deal your employer gets its employees

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