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I am planning to ive in Moscow for a year or two and I was wondering if there was any insrance plan for me to get. I have type I diabetes, insulin-dependent, that's why it's important for mew to have my supplies covered. Where can I look and how much will it cost? Thank you, Katie
Kittykat
Answer:
Dear Kittykat,
It is important for you to have insurance cover in Moscow. When looking for an insurance plan it is important that you tell the company that you have type 1 diabetes, insulin dependent. This will effect the cost of the plan and this may vary from company to company. All insurance companies should cover you.
It is relatively easy to source insulin in Moscow. If you want to send the details of your insulin, we can tell you how readily available it is in Moscow. Good luck.
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