How to survive the financial burden of cancer

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Jami Buchanan McNees Special to Valley News Is it possible to be more financially secure after cancer than someone was before their diagnosis? The answer is yes. It happened to me, but I had an advantage. I’m a health insurance agent. Catastrophic illness was in my wheelhouse. Let me share the steps to take to insure financial security even while being treated for cancer. Before being diagnosed, put these steps in place. First, have health insurance. It seems obvious, but I get several calls each year from people who found a lump and suddenly want health insurance. There are specific times each year in which people can apply for health insurance. Preexisting conditions, including c
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