If you, your spouse, or your child were diagnosed with Cancer, would your current health insurance plan cover the devastating costs associated with its treatment?
- According to the American Cancer Society Cancer Facts and Figures 2016 report, men in the US have a one in two chance of developing some form of cancer during their lifetime and one in five chance of dying from it.
- Also, the society expected that just over 1.6 million new cancer cases will be diagnosed this year, and that nearly 600,000 people in the US will die of cancer during 2016.
- 38% of Americans believe they might never financially recover from a battle with Cancer.
- $83,251 out-of-pocket is the average cost of lung cancer, and this is after their health insurance company has paid their share.
Through Insurance Advisors, LLC as an independent agency, we can contract to sell with any company that sells cancer insurance. After an extensive review of each company's plans, we believe that Aflac, with over 60 years in the business, has the best cancer plan in the United States. The rates for the base plan coverage are below:
- 18-35: $12.09
- 36-45: $16.38
- 46-55: $22.36
- 56-64: $28.73