Can an insurance policy be cancelled for refusal of treatment?

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My mother doesn't like to go to physical therapy for her knee pain. She tries to come up with any excuse not to go. I have a feeling that sooner or later she'll quit going. If she does quit going, can her insurance company cancel her policy for refusal of treatment?

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If she refuses PT three sessions in a row, the service will end, and noted as "failure to progress". This will not result in a policy cancellation.
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