Did you know?… According to the Australian Cancer Council (2014):
- An estimated 128,000 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in Australia in 2014
- One in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85
- Around 66% of cancer patients will survive more than five years after diagnosis
- The survival rate for many common cancers has increased by 30% in the past two decades.
With this in mind, it is important to point out that TAL’s Accelerated Protection Critical Illness Premier offering has comprehensive cover for all of these conditions in their early stages.
TAL’s Premier Critical Illness advancement benefit will pay 25% of the sum insured, up to $100,000 for:
- Early Stage Melanoma – with full payment for Clark Level 3 OR Ulceration OR 1.0mm in thickness
Carcinoma In Situ of:
- Breast – with full payment for breast conserving surgery together with radiotherapy or chemotherapy.
- Testicle – with full payment where procedure is required for the removal of the testicle. Statistics show that it is hard to diagnose prostate cancer and the large majority of the time when it has been diagnosed, there is a treatment plan in place as the condition has become life threatening.
- Cervix Uteri – with 10% payment for CIN3
- Corpus Uteri
- Fallopian Tube
Female Critical Illness Benefit
This benefit pays up to 20% of the total sum insured to a maximum of $50,000 if your client develops lupus, osteoporosis and a range of specified female pregnancy complications and congenital abnormalities, including:
- Eclampsia of Pregnancy
- Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
- Ectopic Pregnancy
- Still Birth
- Down’s Syndrome
- Spina Bifida
I organise Critical Illness with 10 major Life Offices including TAL