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Ladies Beware Critical illness won’t make a distinction while striking with Breast Cervical Uterine cancer.
Gynecological or breast cancers may present symptoms that women are reluctant to disclose to their doctors, and they may be even less willing to undergo the necessary physical exams to investigate the cause of such symptoms.
The social, emotional, and financial devastation that all too often accompanies a diagnosis of cancer is, in large part, due to the cultural myths and taboos surrounding the disease.
OK you have a health insurance! Great BUT YOU Need Critical Illness Insurance.
Health insurance and critical illness insurance are separate and distinct products.
Health insurance is renewed annually. The provider may refuse, rate or exclude cover if you have claimed reimbursement for treatment of a critical illness in that policy year.
Money paid out, is for a specific purpose – surgery, medical diagnostics, in a specific country or continent.
Critical illness is generally a whole of life insurance cover and pays out a predetermined amount of money in a lump sum on the confirmed diagnosis of any of the listed illnesses.
Payout is not contingent on medical bills. Any medical cover which pays for your hospital treatments doctor’s visits etc, does not affect this claim;
‘No Strings Attached’ helps you keep your financial commitments;
Replace Loss of income;
Prevent loss of banking facilities and credit lines in the market;
Keep creditors from knocking at your door;
Meet your financial overheads;
Used to modify accommodate your changed condition.
Pay for qualified nursing care/help around the house.