Breast cancer most common cancer claim for women in 2021: Vitality

Skin and soft tissue second most common cancer

Hemma Visavadia
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Breast cancer most common cancer claim for women in 2021: Vitality

Breast cancer accounted for over half (51%) of all women cancer claims received in 2021, according to Vitality's upcoming Health Claims Insights Report.

The provider revealed that skin and soft tissue was second most common cancer for women (22%), accounting for over one in five of all claims. For men under 55-year-olds, skin and soft tissue cancers was the most common form of cancer claims (22%), while prostate cancer was the most common reason for claiming for men over 55 years-old (27%). The report reviewed all claims received by Vitality for cancer made in 2021, including those who needed surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, biologi...

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