If the test results confirm the mole is benign, meaning no medical treatment or advice is required thereafter for that mole, then the pre-existing cancer exclusion will not apply to this specific scenario.
If a customer had a mole checked five years before taking out their auto loan and it was found to be benign/noncancerous, would a Critical Illness benefit be considered? Print
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