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Most of those who purchase critical illness insurance do so when they are not facing a critical illness and have no “plans” to have one. It’s only when someone is diagnosed and begins to move through a critical illness that they find out whether their insurance actually meets their needs. And many say they’d like to see their coverage provide more than what they’re getting.

Dan Cook

Dan Cook is a journalist and communications consultant based in Portland, OR. During his journalism career he has been a reporter and editor for a variety of media companies, including American Lawyer Media, BusinessWeek, Newhouse Newspapers, Knight-Ridder, Time Inc., and Reuters. He specializes in health care and insurance related coverage for BenefitsPRO.

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