Cancer Insurance

Help protect your finances during life-changing events

Cancer Insurance

Help protect your finances during life-changing events

In 2018 an estimated 1,735,350 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States. Cancer Insurance is here to help you and your family better cope financially – and emotionally – if a positive diagnosis of cancer ever occurred. Added comfort and protection means the freedom to focus on more important things.

Cancer treatment can cause out-of-pocket expenses that aren’t covered by traditional health insurance:

  • Food
  • Travel

  • Lodging
  • Childcare

  • Household Help
  • Long-distance Calls

Meanwhile, living expenses such as car payments, mortgages or rent, and utility bills continue, whether or not you are able to work. If a family member has to stop working to take care of you, the loss of income may be doubled. Cancer Insurance helps provide an important safety net in fighting the financial consequences of cancer that result beyond traditional health insurance.
Cancer with Specified Disease Benefit package options include:

  • Ambulance
  • Hospice care
  • Surgical benefit
  • Extended benefits
  • Private duty nursing
  • Physician attendance
  • Extended care facility

  • Cancer screening test
  • First occurrence (rider)
  • Radiation, chemotherapy
  • Daily hospital confinement
  • Prescribed drugs and medicine
  • Government or charity hospital
  • Optional benefits and riders available

Sabrina had been saving for an early retirement. Unfortunately, a positive diagnosis of breast cancer forced her to take an extended leave from her job. Thanks to her cancer insurance, Sabrina was able to afford the treatment her medical insurance didn’t cover without dipping into savings.
Some of the expense burden can be lessened with cancer insurance. Further, steps can be taken to help reduce risk of getting cancer. What you eat and drink, how active you are, and other lifestyle behaviors all can affect your risk for cancer. Find out more about these risks and what you can do to reduce them through the American Cancer Society Website,

While Jack had good medical insurance, he was still left with diagnostic tests and hospitalization fees to pay on his own for a positive diagnosis of prostate cancer. His Cancer Insurance helped pay those bills so he could continue planning for his upcoming retirement.

For illustrative purposes only. Coverage plans may vary.

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