Risk

The average lifetime risk of pancreatic cancer for men is about 1 in 63. For women, the lifetime risk is about 1 in 65.  – American Cancer Society Pancreatic cancer, like any serious medical diagnosis, is a stark reminder to double-check the financial future of our loved ones – and often to make a life.. More

You CAN buy life insurance after a lymphoma diagnosis. Not too many things puts life insurance top-of-mind as much as a serious medical diagnosis, like cancer. Lymphoma will not prevent you from purchasing life insurance. However, your application and policy options will be impacted. The good news – cancer patients buy life insurance all the.. More

You CAN purchase life insurance after a bladder cancer diagnosis. Not too many things make you think about buying a life insurance policy as much as a serious health scare. The good news – life insurance for cancer patients and cancer survivors is readily available. The not so good news – it will be more.. More

You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live. – Stuart Scott A serious medical diagnosis, like kidney cancer, often prompts us to take a serious look at what’s most important – such as our loved ones. Regardless of what the future holds, you will want.. More

Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in men and women describes the American Cancer Society. As with any serious medical diagnosis, lung cancer often makes you consider your loved ones and whether their financial future is secure. Unsurprisingly, thinking of your mortality is a top motivator for buying a life insurance policy. Can.. More

Each year, about 20,000 women in the United States get ovarian cancer. – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention When you have encountered a serious health complication, like ovarian cancer, it’s common to consider your life insurance needs. Thankfully – Cancer patients buy life insurance all the time (survivors, too). Here, we’ll cover life insurance.. More

Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States. – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention A skin cancer diagnosis, especially melanoma, can be frightening. And often, as with any serious medical event, the thought of life insurance comes to mind. The good news – Cancer patients buy life insurance all the.. More

There are now more than 1 million survivors of colorectal cancer in the United States. – American Cancer Society A serious health complication, like colon cancer, often puts “buy life insurance” at the top of your to-do list. Important – Cancer survivors and cancer patients buy life insurance all the time. Here, you’ll find everything you need.. More

1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. – American Cancer Society Few things put life insurance top-of-mind more than a health scare – especially a cancer diagnosis. Prostate cancer, in particular, is incredibly common and men often look to purchase coverage after a diagnosis. The good news – life insurance is bought all.. More

In 2018, an estimated 1,735,350 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States. – National Cancer Institute It’s incredibly common to receive a cancer diagnosis. In fact, over a lifetime, Americans have about a 1 in 3 chance of developing some form of cancer. (For men, the risk is a little higher.) Unsurprisingly,.. More

You’re not alone if you use tobacco: 15.1% of all adults (36.5 million people) are current tobacco users. – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention It’s no secret that health risks – and consequently, your life insurance premiums – increase with tobacco use. However – Whether you use cigarettes, e-cigarettes, chewing tobacco, marijuana, vape, cigars or.. More

Meet Joe and Jane. They represent the average American male and female: Joe is 5’9″ and weighs 196 pounds. Jane is 5’4″ and weighs 169 pounds. And, just like the average American, Joe and Jane are considered overweight. Joe and Jane need to financially safeguard their loved ones, should something happen to them. They are.. More