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EyeBob
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(I posted this over at Medical Discussions too)

I searched the threads, it turns out that some Life Insurance companies will deny insurance based on a history of Lyme. There were a few cases where people ended up getting insurance eventually.

Does anyone know of a company that will issue Life Insurance? Specific company names would be appreciated.

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I got my $25,000 whole life policy with Alfa but was rated at a higher rate either because of Lyme or hypertension.

Told them went thru 18 month protocol and completed treatment.

No problemo.

Also have 5 year term $50,000 with State Farm regular rate.

Haven't been treated since 2007 so that might have something to do with why I haven't had a problem obtaining insurance.

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Do not take this as medical advice. This comment is based on opinion and personal experience only.

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