Have you been diagnosed with PIN – Prostatic Intraepithelial Neoplasia? PIN occurs when the epithelium lining of the prostate shows signs of dysplasia, changes or irregular growth of the cells of the prostate gland. The only way to diagnose PIN is with a prostate biopsy. The results of the biopsy will classify your PIN as either low grade PIN or high grade PIN.
Underwriters view PIN as a pre-cursor to prostate cancer. The availability of life insurance for people with prostate disorders is dependent on what grade the PIN is, your age and your PSA levels.
With any prostate disorder, we will ask you questions in order to gain a solid understanding of your history. We’ll show you where to look on your reports for the information we need, or we’ll tell you what questions to ask your physician in order for us to shop for coverage for you.