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Buying Life Insurance

by Jeffrey D. Mooers

Luckily, the treatment of diabetes has come a long way since my father was diagnosed. The life expectancy of people with diabetes has increased significantly, and there are life insurance carriers out there who know this. They price for it. They underwrite for it. And the truth is, if you paint your picture in the right light, life insurance can be accessible and affordable.

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