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The Cost of Cancer
$17,460 the yearly out-of-pocket cost for women with breast cancer
The last thing you want to worry about if you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer is your financial wellbeing. But the reality is, cancer is expensive.
61% of the costs associated with cancer are indirect costs that are not covered by insurance and can include:
• Deductibles and co-pays
• Experimental treatments
• Transportation to and from treatments
• Medical supplies
Protect yourself and your family with the AGA-endorsed Aetna Critical Care Insurance Policy*, where a lump-sum benefit is paid in-full immediately if you are diagnosed with cancer. Use the money to pay every day expenses like your mortgage or household bills.
Learn more and find out how much you can receive, by clicking the button below.
* May not be available in all states