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I doubt if any company would cover somebody who may die of cancer. Not in their best interest. They claim that Colonial Penn doesn't ask for an exam. But I think they limit the amount you can insure. If your looking to cover just Funeral expenses, maybe the place to go.
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I would be very surprised if any company would sell life insurance to someone with a cancer diagnosis.

Just as I would be surprised if a company would sell a long term care policy to someone diagnosed with dementia.
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Isn't the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or "Obamacare" still alive? (even though it's being chopped away by P.Trump.)

In California we have Covered California as the insurance broker. I believe there is something called Healthcare.com for the other states. The wonderful thing about Obamacare is that they can't turn away anyone with a pre-existing condition.

Check the Internet for listings. You are charged according to your salary. Some folks making a large salary do not qualify for subsidies.
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Sue, the OP is asking about life insurance, not health indurance.
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It honestly depends, you need to contact the various life insurance providers out there & see what options they have. It depends on the type of cancer, when the diagnosis was, what the prognosis is.
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