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What is the difference between Femme 50 and Femme 100?

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Femme Cover will assist you by paying out a pre-determined lump sum of money upon confirmed diagnosis of certain female cancers. Many medical aid schemes do not have a comprehensive female cancer benefit that covers these illnesses by default.

Femme Cover in 2020:

For Femme 50 it will cost you R110 per month and this option will ensure that a lump sum cash benefit of R50 000 will be paid out to the policyholder, upon confirmed diagnosis of one of the listed female cancers.

Femme 100 will cost you R195 per month, where this option will ensure that a lump sum cash benefit of R100 000 will be paid out to the policyholder, upon confirmed diagnosis of one of the listed female cancers.

*The cancer must be confirmed by evidence of malignancy by a qualified oncologist or pathologist. The female cancers are: cervical, breast, vaginal, uterine, ovarian, bladder and cancer of the fallopian tubes.

The TRA Femme Cover policy:

Provides benefits for the female policyholder only.

Imposes an entry age limit of 65 years.

Imposes a termination date of 65 years.

Applies a general 3 month waiting period.

Pays out of more than one occurrence provided that they are unrelated.

To find out more about our Femme Cover, visit our Femme Cover page here or contact your intermediary.

Note: All material on this website is provided for your information only and may not be construed as medical advice or instruction. No action or inaction should be taken based solely on the contents of this information; instead, readers should consult appropriate health professionals on and matter relating to their health and well-being. The information and opinions expressed here are believed to be accurate, based on the best judgement available to the authors, and readers who fail to consult with appropriate health authorities assume the risk of any injuries. Errors and Omissions Excepted. Terms and Conditions Apply.

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