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Name of Top 6 Critical Illness

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23 Jun, 2021 by  Shubham Aggarwal

Hi sir / ma'am, Hope you're taking care and everything is fine in your family!

I have recently came across Beshak Critical Illness E-book.

On page no. 14, the team mentioned "When we spoke o a seasoned actuary about the significance of the number of illnesses, he opened our eyes. We understood that the top 6 illnesses account for more than 90% of critical illness claims.

Would be very helpful if you can name top 6 illness?

Thank you writing great e-book, thank you for simplifying insurance for everyone. Without Beshak, I don't have good knowledge about insurance.

Thank you 😊🙏

Best wishes,

Shubham Aggarwal

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23 Jun, 2021
Rayapu Ashok Kumar Reddy


Shubham Aggarwal

Can you share Beshak Critical Illness E-book to my mail

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22 Sep, 2021

Hey Shubham,

Sincere apologies for the delay in response to this! We missed answering this question somehow.

As requested, sharing the list of the Critical Illnesses with you -

  • Cancer & Coma of Specified Severity
  • Kidney Failure Requiring Regular Dialysis
  • Major Organ & Bone Marrow Transplant
  • Myocardial Infarction (First Heart Attack - Of Specified Severity)
  • Open Chest CABG
  • Open Heart Replacement Or Repair Of Heart Valves

Hope this helps.


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