PROSTATE CANCER LIFE INSURANCE
Prostate Cancer Patient Life Insurance Agency
1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer at some point in their life. Most will be over age 60. The good news is that low stage (T1a, b or c) and low grade (Gleason score 6 or 7) are very curable with the 5 year survival rate at almost 100%.
Treatment for prostate cancer patients can be as invasive as removing the prostate in higher stage and grade cancers, minimally invasive such as a cyber knife or radioactive seed implants. More and more it is common in low stage and grade prostate cancer to do what is called active surveillance or watchful waiting.
The great news is that there are good life insurance rates available for low stage and grade prostate cancer patients no matter what medical direction you and your doctor decide on. With treated cancer the threshold for being approved is when your PSA reaches 0 for a radical prostatectomy or .5 for any other treatment. That generally happens within six months after treatment, if not sooner.
The best results for watchful waiting is when you are over 60, even better when you are over 65 and your PSA has never been over 10.
To be ready to inquire about prostate cancer patient life insurance be sure you have a copy of your surgical pathology report or needle core biopsy in the case of watchful waiting. It’s also helpful to have your PSA history back to when you were diagnosed.
Don’t count yourself out with prostate cancer. The Hinerman Group life insurance agency can get it done.
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