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Critical illness cover will pay you a lump sum if you suffer a severe illness such as cancer, heart attack, stroke or motor-neuron disease. It is designed to pay off your mortgage or provide a lump sum to you or your family to spend how you please.
What kind of diabetes you have makes a difference?
Type 1 diabetes is typically diagnosed at childhood when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin.
Type 2 is diagnosed as a middle aged adult usually with high blood pressure and cholesterol.
Unfortunately you will not usually be able to obtain critical illness protection if you have Type 1 diabetes. If however you have well controlled Type 2 diabetes with no complications there are more options for you.
Depending on the critical illness insurer they will either increase your premium or place an exclusion on the policy for diabetes and related conditions.
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