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How To Fight Cancer Financially In 2013 According To Survivor Greg Feste
Greg Feste speaks on the topic of cancer, and how individuals can prepare themselves financially if diagnosed with cancer.
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"Only around 60% of cancer costs are even covered by insurance, so at the end of the day if you have $100,000 in total costs, only around $60,000 is covered by insurance", says Greg Feste. Having $40,000 out of pocket expenses, and being able to pay this just isn't realistic.
Luckily, there are financial options that are available that can curb costs that will cover a substantial amount of the costs that come with a cancer diagnosis. Supplemental cancer insurance will help prevent many of the costs that can potentially ruin an individual that is diagnosed with cancer. Hairy Cell Leukemia survivor Greg Feste knows all too well. He has a cancer insurance policy that helped him pay for his monthly cancer treatments and costs.
Insurance for cancer can be bought online through a company called Rezilient Direct, that was established by Greg Feste after he realized the shortfall in not only cancer in relation to insurance policies, but also to meet a demand in the market that had previously been untouched. Greg's personal information and tweets related to cancer are documented at http://www.twitter.com/
If you want to learn more about cancer, supplemental insurance, biography, or his personal account with cancer please visit http://gregfeste.com for more. "I am lucky to have had my cancer policy, it saved me thousands of dollars out of pocket that at the time I could not afford. Hopefully I can raise enough awareness to get others to see the value in supplemental cancer insurance as well", said Greg Feste.
To inquire about a cancer policy to protect yourself from cancer costs please visit rezilientdirect.com.