Soon, unborn child can be insured for birth defects
The Times of India Delhi|October 24, 2021
Insurer Agrees To Cover Child For Surgical Problems During Infancy
Sushmi Dey

New Delhi: In a move that is expected to reduce out of pocket expenditure for new parents, at least one major insurance company has agreed to insure the unborn child for birth defects and surgical problems during infancy.

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