There has been rapid increase in the incidence of cancer in the country of the last 2 decades. While there is a lot to be done, advances in modern medicine, improved detection rates and medical infrastructure have led to an improved outcome for cancer patients.
Many Insurance companies in India have now launched cancer specific schemes in the country for the benefits for the patients and covering medical expenses at times of need. Based on the policy, insurance covers costs for diagnosis and treatment including hospitalization, surgery and chemotherapy treatment costs. Payouts of these insurance schemes differ from company to company.
Typically, to qualify for cancer insurance, the patient should not have a pre-existing condition for the disease. Also, if the person has been treated for the disease, companies typically do not provide insurance cover to these patients. However, this would be highly specific to each policy being purchased by the individual.
Disclaimer: We do not endorse any particular policy mentioned below. All benefits/terms and conditions are determined by the insurance company directly.
|Insurance Company||Product Name||Link with Details|
|HDFC||HDFC Life Cancer Insurance||Read More|
|Aegon Life||Aegon Life iCancer Insurance||Read More|
|Future Generali||Future Generali Cancer Protect||Read More|
|ICICI Prudential||ICICI Prudential Cancer Insurance||Read More|
|PNB Metlife||PNB Metlife Cancer Insurance||Read More|
|LIC||LIC Cancer Cover (Plan 905)||Read More (Newspaper article)|
|New India Assurance||Cancer Medical Expense Policy for the members of Indian Cancer Society||Read More|
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