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strict : same as min, but + 1, meaning, keep the 2 smallest number of typos.

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Maternity: If a member joins CHM while she is pregnant, bills for that pregnancy cannot be shared through the regular CHM sharing program or through the Prayer Page. Members must have a due date for delivery at least 300 days after joining CHM for bills to be eligible for sharing. Please note: Our Gold program offers a generous maternity program. Silver and Bronze exclude most maternity costs. To learn more about maternity, visit our maternity page .

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The CHM Guidelines define a pre-existing condition as any medical condition for which you experience signs, symptoms, testing or treatment before joining the ministry.

A condition is not considered pre-existing if you have gone one year without signs, symptoms, testing or treatment for that condition and it is documented by your official medical records. Cancer: Cancer is no longer pre-existing if, after your doctor has pronounced you cancer-free or cured, and if your medical records show that you have gone five years without any signs, symptoms or treatment.

Any medical bills considered for the ministry’s pre-existing condition programs must follow all other Guidelines for sharing. For example, bills submitted to CHM more than six months from the date they were incurred aren’t eligible for sharing as per CHM Guideline J.3 (“What should I do with my medical bills?”). Also important is the distinction between active and maintenance pre-existing conditions. CHM cannot share bills if, at the time you join CHM, the bills are from pre-existing conditions for which you’re actively undergoing treatment other than with maintenance (routine) medications. What this means is described in the next several paragraphs.

If you have gone at least 90 days without testing or treatment and your doctor states you are cured or on a maintenance treatment regimen, bills for any new incident (flare-up) related to the preexisting illness are eligible for sharing on the Gold schedule (Gold members) or Prayer Page (Gold, Silver and Bronze members).

Here’s an example of the difference between an active and maintained preexisting condition: Suppose that Joe X, a Gold member, had a heart attack in October 2016 and joined CHM two months later (December). During that time he had surgery and a few follow-up appointments with his cardiologist, one of which took place after Joe joined the ministry.

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