Financial Help for Cancer Patients
New state and federally
regulated programs can now provide U.S. cancer
patients immediate funds through their life insurance
or annuity policies -- funds normally not
paid out until after death.
Because numerous visitors have asked for
specifics about these helpful programs, we have
joined RobertsReview of Cancer Treatment
to select a
nationally-respected patient services firm to
provide free, credible and comprehensive information
FOR FREE INFORMATION:
(Information provided is kept strictly
confidential and will not be sold or exchanged.)
There is no cost or
obligation to find out how much money
patients can receive under the various programs.
are there any income, reporting, or pay-back
requirements (unless a "loan program" is
selected). Nor are there restrictions on how funds
can be spent.
free information, simply Email
These programs also offer significant
tax benefits under the "Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act of 1996"
(H.R. 3103 -- PL No. 104-191. Proceeds from
settlements may be tax-free in the case of the
"terminally ill" or "chronically ill" under new
section 101(g) of the Internal Revenue Code
Money received through these program may be used in any way
patients or family members wish: To pay for
traditional or alternative medical care; for
transportation, quality-of-life needs, or
nursing costs; to travel, pay rent, mortgages,
or household bills; even to pay for a child's
wedding, or for gifts, a new car, a grand
child's college tuition, funding trusts, etc..
would like to have a patient services worker
telephone you to answer questions, include your
phone number in your
Email to us. A patient
services worker will contact you, and, if you
wish, even assist you with forms.
If the patient
or family desire, money received never needs to
be repaid, Patients, however, also can
elect to receive funds via "loans" secured by
life insurance policies or an annuity. Either way
"repayment" or "no repayment" -- the choice is
NOTE: A unique benefit of
these plans is that the older or more seriously ill
patients are -- the more funds these programs can
release to them to meet their needs.
You (or whomever you designate) will receive
an email about the program within two weeks
after we receive your