Neoplastic disease is a catchall term for any disease that is caused by mutated cells this includes all kinds of cancers. As with any type of mutated cell disorder neoplastic diseases can either be benign or malignant. Malignant diseases usually spread to the rest of the body and can lead to death. Individuals with a malignant neoplastic disease are usually eligible for benefits as to help with the financial burden of their disease.
As a rule of thumb, those with conditions that are eligible to receive benefits, there is a certain criteria that has to be met to collect from the Social Security Administration. Depending on the type of disease you have the information that is required will vary. Usually, this includes test results, MRIs, biopsy results and blood work.
As with most types of cancers it is required to prove that the disease is spreading through the body and recurring. While cancers all hold a degree of severity and malignancy people whose conditions are the most severe will take priority. This is why it is imperative to relay the severity of your condition to your case worker.
The more information you provide from your doctor the stronger your case will be and you will have a better chance of receiving benefits rapidly. Even though you may be able to demonstrate the severity and danger of your neoplastic disease, you also need to demonstrate financial hardship. Cancer treatments can be extremely expensive but this should be no reason why should have to give up. You can get your life back..
With the help of benefits Social Security Administration you can alleviate the financial burden of the disease and continue with your life. These benefits can help you fight and overcome your disease so never give up. An attorney can help you with your application as the legal complexity of Social Security benefits can sometimes be overwhelming. Be sure to contact a legal professional if you need help while applying.