We all know the statistics right ?
“1 in 3 men will develop a life-threatening cancer”
“A new case of cancer is diagnosed every 4 minutes”
“Every year over 330,000 people in Germany have a heart attack or contract cancer”
“1 in 2 Canadian heart attack victims are under age 65”
“75% of males survive more than 5 years after a heart attack”
“Every year in the UK there are 100,000 strokes. 75% are still alive a year later”
"The Financial Impact Of A Cancer Diagnosis" is a very well researched and written study by Linda Sharp - the summary document is compelling reading.
The four short videos below each tell a separate and compelling real life story.
Sue - a New Zealander who was unexpectedly diagnosed with breast cancer talks about the massive disruption to her life and business and how insurance played a part in enabling her to have choices.
Bill - aged 46 and married with 3 young children is devastated when a PSA test result confirms his prostate cancer. Bill explains the choices his critical illness claim has provided him and his family.
Alan - prior to his multiple sclerosis diagnosis Alan was a UK based financial advisor. Being a true advocate of critical illness protection he purchased protection for himself. Alan explains what its been like transitioning from somebody who sold critical illness plans to becoming a claimant.
Laura - an American lady having just been diagnosed with breast cancer now has to additionally contend with a loss of income after being fired by her employer
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