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An 18 years old hockey player from Finland was attending school in Canada. After a game, he complained of massive headache. He began vomiting and was taken to the Emergency Room where doctors discovered a brain aneurysm. He required emergency surgery and spent several days in the ICU before transferred to a regular ward. The player’s father flew out from Finland to be with his son during his 2 weeks hospitalization.

Without Student Medical Insurance, his out-of-pocket costs would have totaled $57,456.52.

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