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Section 3902.60 | Advanced cancer fail first drug coverage definitions.

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As used in sections 3902.60 and 3902.61 of the Revised Code:

(A) "Associated conditions" means the symptoms or side effects of stage four advanced metastatic cancer, or the treatment thereof, which would, in the judgment of the health care practitioner in question, jeopardize the health of a covered individual if left untreated.

(B) "Covered person," "health benefit plan," and "health plan issuer" have the same meanings as in section 3922.01 of the Revised Code.

(C) "Stage four advanced metastatic cancer" means a cancer that has spread from the primary or original site of the cancer to nearby tissues, lymph nodes, or other areas or parts of the body.

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