Bupa 'first' claim met with scepticism

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The healthcare giant recently completed a dramatic U-turn by declaring it would cease to cap cancer cover for its corporate schemes after finding that capping cancer left patients, who claimed on their policies, vulnerable at critical points in their treatment.

However, Alistair Sclare, healthcare director at Groupama Healthcare said that there was nothing new about the approach.

“It is not correct to say that most insurers are capping cancer cover with overall cost or time limits, although it

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