Extensive cancer care as standard
Our dedicated oncology team will help you get the inpatient or outpatient treatment you need, and a high level of aftercare.
Extensive treatment cover
Chemotherapy, radiotherapy and targeted therapy are covered in full
NHS cash benefit
If you decide to use the NHS instead of private care, for eligible treatment, you can claim up to £100 for each day or night of treatment, with no overall limit
Dedicated ongoing care
Unlimited cover for monitoring after cancer treatment, and up to five years' ongoing medical care
From diagnosis and cancer treatment, to aftercare and monitoring, you can rely on our support, each step of the way.
Our Cancer Pledge
We understand the importance of providing extensive cover and support at every stage of cancer treatment.
Our cancer pledge means we’ll cover the cancer treatment and palliative care you need, as recommended by your specialist.
We want to make things as comfortable as possible following your cancer treatment, so we’ll provide extensive cover for aftercare, including consultations with a dietitian, as well as money towards prostheses and a wig.
What cancer treatment is covered?
This is just a summary of our cover. For full details, take a look at the policy terms and conditions.
- Outpatient consultations and treatment
Comprehensive outpatient cover, including diagnostic tests, consultations, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and targeted therapy
- Drugs to strengthen bones
We pay for bone-strengthening drugs, like bisphosphonates
- Preventative cancer treatment
For example, we'll pay for a mastectomy of a healthy breast if you've been diagnosed with cancer in the other breast and choose this procedure
- External prostheses
We’ll pay towards the cost of the first external prosthesis following cancer surgery
- Stem cell and bone marrow transplants
Includes collection, storage and implantation
We've got your health covered
Get enhanced cancer cover as standard with our health insurance, or enjoy low-cost cover with Cancer Essentials – the choice is yours.
Get access to a wide network of private UK medical facilities and choose from a range of flexible healthcare benefits – the ideal all-round cover for you and your family.
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