In more than 50 years in the insurance business, one of the most interesting developments I’ve seen is the increased availability of life insurance to breast cancer survivors. In the past, purchasing life insurance for anyone that had survived cancer was often fiscally prohibitive, but thanks to substantial advancements in treatment and screening, we’ve seen the number of breast cancer survivors that can obtain life insurance rise significantly. More >>
I was diagnosed with noninvasive breast cancer in the spring of 2009 and it came as a complete surprise. I have no family history and I was 41 at the time—relatively young for a breast cancer diagnosis.
I was scared. As a financial professional, I have often faced such crossroads with clients. Now it was my turn. More >>
You may think that because you’ve had breast cancer, you won’t be able to get affordable life insurance. That’s just not true! Many breast cancer survivors can qualify for coverage and probably a lot sooner than they think. More >>