How Would Cancer Impact Your Life?

Stay Focused on Recovery

If you were diagnosed with cancer, would you be able to cover rising treatment costs? Medical insurance is a great help, but there can be numerous expenses that your health plan doesn’t cover, such as out-of-network treatments, home health care needs and experimental treatments. You’d also still have your regular, ongoing bills.

Colonial Life’s Cancer Insurance Plans can help offset the out-of-pocket medical and indirect, non-medical expenses related to cancer that most medical plans don’t cover.

Our coverage provides benefits you can use to help with:

  • Loss of income
  • Child care
  • Lodging and meals
  • Deductibles and co-pays

Breast Cancer

The American Cancer Society estimates that in 20141:

  • About 232,670 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women.
  • About 62,570 new cases of carcinoma in situ (CIS) will be diagnosed (CIS is non-invasive and is the earliest form of breast cancer).
  • About 40,000 women will die from breast cancer.

And that doesn’t even include the more than 2,300 men who will be diagnosed.

If you or a loved one needed treatment for breast cancer, how would you cover all of the expenses? Health insurance can certainly help, but what about all of the other expenses that your health plan may not cover?

Our cancer insurance can help you pay for necessities such as:

  • Care at out-of-network specialty centers
  • Home health care
  • Experimental treatments
  • Lost income
  • Child care
  • Travel, lodging and meals during treatment
  • Deductibles and co-pays

Good looking out

Many of our products provide prevention screening benefits that can help cover the costs of mammograms. These benefits helped Colonial Life policyholder Carol Brooks detect her breast cancer early. “I love the mammography benefit because it pays so quickly after my mammogram and reminds me to have it done.”

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