Before I was diagnosed last year at the age of 55, my wife and I were planning to retire a bit early -- in our late 50s, maybe 60.
We've been too busy over the last year to revisit this wish, but now that my PSA continues to be undetectable I am starting to wonder just how expensive health insurance might be for us, if we both retire before 65.
Obviously the quote will depend on a lot of factors, but I am wondering if anyone has any general comments about the price of health insurance for a PCa survivor who had RP and who continues to have an undetectable PSA at, say, five and ten years after RP.
You need to get Obamacare insurance.
You can look up the prices on your local insurance exchange.
Because the no pre-existing conditions provision has not yet been killed off by Republican law suits, and legislation, you will not be rejected or penalized for having had cancer.