Nobody wants to talk about Cancer insurance and most bankruptcies that are health related are due to cancer patients that have been financially destroyed by cancer related bills. Cancer not always manifests as a pain or discomfort, it can simply be there without you knowing, and once it is diagnosed, it is too late to get a cancer insurance policy. Although Medicare in conjunction with a Medicare supplement, or a Medicare Advantage plan will pay for most of the cancer related expenses, there are many things that will not be paid or reimbursed. At the end of the day, do you want Medicare or an insurance company to tell you where you can go or where you cannot go when you want to make sure that you seek the best possible care to deal with the biggest personal issue that you have ever dealt with before in your life? The answer is NO WAY! If you want to make sure that none of the examples below happen to you, then the answer is a First Diagnosis Indemnity Cancer policy. This policy will pay the CASH directly to YOU so you can do whatever you need to do with it, and it will be paid as soon as they receive the diagnosis and Pathology reports! It will help you pay the bills not paid by Medicare or the insurance company, pay for temporary housing, transport, a care giver or take a trip to Hawaii or the cruse you always wanted to take to celebrate your recovery. Here are some examples of things that will not be paid by most Medicare Advantage plans: 1-20% of the cost of the Chemotherapy (This could amount to thousands of dollars) 2-Trips for you or your family outside of the service area. 3-Temporary housing for you or your family if you have to travel for treatment. 4-Time off from work. 5-No cash or help to pay any of your bills. 6-Experimental treatments. 7-Extra care at home from a Caregiver 8-You may not be able to go to the doctor that you want or hospital of your choice. Plan ahead and get the insurance while you can, it is better to be prepared and not need it, rather than needing it and not having it when you really need it. It is a very simple application and very easy underwriting as long as you have not been diagnosed, and it will take all the stress of having to search for funds, or having to burden your family for big expenses. Cancer policies are fairly inexpensive and every person should consider having one in their insurance portfolio.

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