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Of all six major insurers operating in Ireland for which we hold a broker agency, Zurich Life is currently the only insurance company to offer Cancer Insurance as a stand alone policy, with or without the addition of life insurance cover. You also choose to include your partner on the same policy if required.
When quoting for Cancer Insurance Cover, OneQuote.ie offer a fixed price for your full policy term, with cover available up to age 75.
Should you wish to compare the cost Cancer Cover against full Serious Illness Cover, you can a run a Serious Illness quote here.
OneQuote.ie is a regulated financial broker, meaning that you can rest assured that our information is up-to-date, accurate and fully reliable.
Once you obtain your quote, your application form will be emailed to you for online completion and return, or you can choose to apply in just 5 minutes by phone: call: 01 845 0049.
Other Policy Benefits
Other benefits on Cancer Insurance policies
Free Children’s Cover
Your children are covered for the same Cancer Insurance as you the policy holder subject to a maximum of €25,000 for full payment cancer and €7,500 for partial payment cancers. This child cover applies between the ages of 1 and 18 or 25 if in full time education.
Available to more people
Cancer Cover is also available to some people who would ordinarily be declined full Specified Serious Illness Cover, this includes people with a medical history of the following (subject to underwriting):
– Heart Attacks
– Valvular Disease
– Kidney Problems
– Multiple Sclerosis
Irish Cancer Statistics
Cancer in Ireland
There are few families in Ireland that have been unaffected by cancer. In fact, by 2020 1 in 2 people in Ireland will suffer from cancer at some stage in their lifetime.*
In Ireland an average of 40,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed each year.*
Cancer accounts for over one-third of deaths every year, after heart disease, is the second most common cause of death in Ireland.**
* Source: National Cancer Registry Ireland, 2017.
** Source: CSO, 2017.
For more information about cancer and it’s different types please visit the Irish Cancer society here.