Cancer Insurance

Why Cancer Insurance?

Although we can never truly prepare for a positive pathology report, we can take steps to offset the financial burden that frequently comes with it. Cancer insurance offers a financial solution by providing a lump-sum payment when diagnosed. As treatment progresses, the policy will continue to pay benefits aligned with different types of treatment received. By alleviating the potential financial worry, cancer insurance allows individuals to focus on their recovery and regain their optimal state of health.

    Did You Know…

    • Cancer occurs in 1 of every 2 men and 1 of every 3 women, which means cancer can occur in up to 3 out of 4 families
    • Major medical insurance typically only covers 45.7% of the cost of cancer treatment

    Sources:
    1. United States Statistics, Cancer Facts and Figures 2020, American Cancer Society
    2. Worldwide Statistics, Center for Disease Control and Prevention: The Global Cancer atlas online: apps.nccd.cdc.gov

    The Benefits of Cancer Insurance:

    Cancer Insurance can be very helpful in providing needed cash to help with deductibles, co-pays, and other expenses related to cancer.

    Coverage Highlights

    • Pays a lump sum check up to $5,000 for the first diagnosis of cancer
    • Annual Cancer Screening Benefit
    • Benefits payable up to $10,000 per year for actual costs of Radiation, Chemotherapy, Immunotherapy including experimental Treatment
    • Up to $15,000 for Bone Marrow or Stem Cell Transplant
    • Inpatient Hospitalization/Outpatient Monitoring Benefits
    • Surgical Benefit
    • Daily Hospital and ICU Confinement Benefit
    • Home Health Care and Hospital Benefits

    Family Coverage also available.

    Cancer Insurance FAQs

    Do I have to receive treatment to collect the benefits?

    Yes — benefits are paid upon diagnosis and treatment of cancer.