Cervical cancer is a leading cause of cancer death in many countries around the world. Much more awareness about cervical cancer is needed and many people continue to procrastinate when it comes to screening.
Whether you regularly go for pap smears or not, the fact of the matter is that any woman can get cervical cancer at any stage of her life. Female cancer insurance can help you foot the bill if you are diagnosed with cervical cancer. While many people feel comfortable that their health insurance will cover the costs of treatment and recovery, women with female cancer are often left with a number of medical bills and costs that they have to pay out of their own pocket. Investing in a female cancer policy can give you the peace of mind that you will need during this trying time. Instead of focusing on what your medical aid will cover and where the gaps will be, you can focus on your much-needed recovery.
Total Risk Administrators offers Femme Cover upon confirmed diagnosis of a number of female cancers, including cervical cancer. Some of the other cancers include uterine cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, vaginal cancer, bladder cancer and cancer of the fallopian tubes. For a monthly premium of R75, you can get a lump sum benefit of R50 000 per occurrence. For a monthly premium of R140, you can get a lump sum benefit of R100 000 per occurrence. A standard 90 day waiting period applies and there is an entry age limit of 65. Contact us for more information today.
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