Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, March 7th, 2005
But when she moved to Eugene in 2002 and switched jobs, she no longer had coverage for medication she needed to treat her disorder and prevent the increased risk of cancer, infertility or diabetes that the ailment can cause.
The birth control pills that Goodin's doctor was prescribing for her weren't covered under her health insurance as a city of Eugene employee. Backers of a House bill to require policies to pay for birth control pills say such exclusions still occur in many health...
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