Pure Cancer Protection

Fight against common cancers throughout different stages, from diagnosis to recovery with less than $1 per day
Covering the following organs:
Brain, Colon, Gallbladder, Liver, Lung, Pancreas, Kidney and Stomach
*including carcinoma-in-situ of the covered organs
Gender
Female
Male
Are you a regular smoker?
Non-smoker
Smoker
Age
The above calculated premium is for reference only and the actual amount shall be subject to underwriting.

Protect against common cancers¹, only HKD 0.74² per day

Cancer treatments can be overwhelming, financially and mentally. We understand. With cancer protection, you won’t walk alone in the combat against cancer. We’re with you from diagnosis and treatment to recovery, sharing your financial and mental burden
Shield the most critical - and your pocket
Get up to HKD3,000,000 lifetime benefit with only HKD22.08 per month!³ Cover cancers in all stages and carcinoma-in-situ of covered organs; and various tests, monitoring, hospitalisation, surgeries and treatments
Act early with carcinoma-in-situ coverage
Cover carcinoma-in-situ, which help you take early actions to to treat cancers
Recover with extended care of up to 5 years after discharge from the hospital
Cover Chinese medicine treatment, acupuncture, physiotherapy, home nursing and more extended care, and monitoring expenses for up to 5 years after discharge from the hospital
Cover recurring cancer, with benefits resetting after 3 years
Cover renewing customers in the case of the same-type recurring cancer after 3 years, resetting up to HKD 1 million benefit
Instant results
Apply online, nice and easy. No documents and checkups required
No deductibles
Cover your actual medical expenses fully, subject to your benefit limit
What is carcinoma-in-situ? Why does it matter to me?

Another name for carcinoma-in-situ is ‘stage 0 cancer’. It refers to the status in which abnormal cells remain in their original place. The cells have neither spread to other organs nor developed into cancer4.

If we can identify a carcinoma-in-situ, the patient will have a higher chance of healing and surviving4.

Therefore, we also encourage eligible individuals to conduct regular cancer screenings. In this way, it is easier to identify cancerous symptoms or cancer in an early stage, enabling immediate actions


Does insurance cover carcinoma-in-situ?

With a rising concern towards carcinoma-in-situ, protection that covers carcinoma-in-situ is almost a must-have in your critical illness/ cancer insurance. Yet not all critical illness/ cancer insurances in the market cover carcinoma-in-situ. Avo Cancer Protection has included it as a covered item, encouraging early cancer treatment.

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Covering every stage



Benefit Summary

Covered Organs
Top
Brain, Colon, Gallbladder, Liver, Lung, Pancreas, Kidney and Stomach
Female
Breast, Corpus uteri, Ovary and Cervix
Male
Nasopharynx, Prostate, Testis and Penis
Lite (HKD)
Plus (HKD)
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#Written recommendation from a physician is required
##For insured person and one immediate family member
For details on Benefits Summaries, refer to the documents below:

Important Notes

  1. You must be aged between 18 and 65.
  2. The maximum age we cover is 85 years old (for renewal only).
  3. You must hold a valid HKID on the date of application.

FAQs

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1Refers to brain cancer, colon cancer, gallbladder cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer, pancreas cancer, kidney cancer and stomach cancer

2According to the Avo Cancer Protection Plus Plan monthly premium of a 30-year-old male non-smoker (HKD22.08) divided by 30 days, rounded up

3According to the Avo Cancer Protection Plus Plan monthly premium of a 30-year-old male non-smoker (HKD22.08), rounded up

4Nall, R. (2019, August 22). Carcinoma in situ: What is it and how is it treated? Medical News Today. Retrieved June 7, 2022, from Carcinoma in situ: What is stage 0 cancer?

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