Cancer Plans.

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    Who has the best cancer plan?
    Gregg Murray
     
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    That is like asking which is better.. chocolate or peanut butter? :)

    Which type of cancer plan do you prefer?
     
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    One that gives immediate benefit on diagnosis
    10k or more

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    One that gives immediate benefit upon diagnosis 10k or more.
    How is aflac's plan. I know it for each individual medical treatment?
     
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    Mutual of Omaha
    Aetna
    Cigna
    Central United
    Washington National
    United American
     
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    Thanks!
    I'll look them up. Someone toll me cancer plans have high persistence
     
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    Why you prefer a Cancer policy over a Critical Illness policy?
     
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    Can't always afford or qualify for a CI plan when they can for a cancer plan. I can tell you from personal experience if I had to choose between a heart/stroke CI plan or a cancer plan, I would choose the cancer in a heartbeat.

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    They do have good persistency. Standard Life and Casualty also has a lump sum plan along with dozens of other companies. I prefer an expense incurred stated benefit plan with a lump sum rider.. Use Washington National, CUL and UNL (for older ages)
     
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