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No Medical Exam Life Insurance For People Who Underwent Liver Cancer Surgery
Date:12/26/2013

(PRWEB) December 26, 2013

Online Insurance Marketplace has released a blog presenting no medical exam life insurance policies for people who underwent liver cancer surgery.

Former cancer patients can purchase a life insurance policy under certain conditions. Life coverage is available at affordable rates through no medical exam life insurance plans. These policies have a simplified underwriting process, which makes it easier for former cancer patients to qualify for coverage.

It is important to note from the start that only former cancer patients can purchase life coverage. People who are currently suffering from any form of cancer will not be able to buy a policy. No medical exam life insurance plans are also available only to cancer survivors. Cancer is considered a high risk medical condition and agencies are not willing to risk insuring cancer patients. This does not mean that former cancer patients will be able to get life coverage easily. A traditional policy requires many medical examinations and applicants have to provide a lot of medical reports that show a negative evolution of the disease.

No medical exam life insurance can help former cancer patients get life coverage faster and easier. As these plans do not ask for medical examinations, applicants can get a policy in less than 24 hours. The life coverage may be limited, and the premiums cost more, but applying for this type of coverage is a lot more comfortable and convenient.

“Former cancer patients can get life insurance through a no medical exam life insurance plan, fast and easy at affordable rates!” said Russell Rabichev, Marketing Director of Internet Marketing Company.

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