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Press Releases from American Association for Critical Illness Insurance (5 total)

American Association for Critical Illness Insurance Announces Campaign

This year, over 3.4 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer, have a heart attack or suffer a stroke1. Most of these individuals will survive only to face financial consequences resulting from uncovered health care costs or loss of income while they undergo treatment or recovery. Recognizing the financial consequences resulting from cancer and other critical illnesses, Overland Park-based Unified Life Insurance Company has launched a new critical illness insurance

Average Millennial Net Worth is $10,400 In United States

A new report breaks down the average Millennial net worth by age. Most will face significant money problems as a result of loss of income predicts director of the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance (AACII). There are roughly 81 million Millennials, young men and women born between 1982 and 2000, shares Jesse Slome, director of the critical illness insurance national organization. Currently they are between ages 19 to 37. "A

Latest Heart Attack Statistics Compiled By Critical Illness Insurance Associatio …

A series of relevant statistics pertaining to heart attack risks has been compiled and posted by the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance (AACII). "Every 40 seconds one American suffers a heart attack and the good news is that 90 percent will survive," shares Jesse Slome, AACII's director. Heart attacks are one of the major critical illnesses covered by the insurance policies his organization advocates on behalf of. Some 805,000

Critical Illness Insurance Association Relaunches Website

The American Association for Critical Illness Insurance has relaunched the organization's website designed to create heightened awareness of and interest in cancer insurance as well as critical illness insurance. "We intend for the new website to be the nation's primary and trusted resource for information," shares Jesse Slome, director of the organization first founded in 2009. "Millions of Americans between the ages of 35 and 55 could greatly benefit

Medical Group Recommends More Frequent Mammograms To Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists issued an update to their breast screening guidelines that they report could reduce the number of deaths caused by breast cancer, especially in young women. According to the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance some 1.5 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer this year. "Breast cancer is the leading cancer among women," explains Association director Jesse Slome "and anything that could help

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