Illness which will eventually cause death.
means a medical condition which is expected to result in the insured person's death within 6 months; and from which the insured person is not expected to recover.
an incurable disease, which is active, progressive and expected to lead to death
an incurable or irreversible condition that has a high probability of causing death within one year or less
or Terminally Ill Defined by HIPPA (see above), a person certified by a physician to have an illness or physical condition that reasonably can be expected to result in death within 24 months.
means a state of disease characterized by a progressive deterioration with impairment of function which without aggressive intervention, survival is anticipated to be six months or less.
An illness that is incurable and will result in death.
The ADTI Bill defines terminal illness as an illness which is inevitably progressive and cannot be reversed by treatment, and will be likely to result in the patient's death within six months.
Active and progressive disease that can't be cured. Curative treatment isn't appropriate but palliative care is.
A medical condition which is expected to result in a person's death within six (6) months; no recovery expected.
An illness that cannot be cured, and is at an advanced stage.
Terminal illness is medical terminology popularized in the 20th century for an active and progressive disease which cannot be cured and is expected to lead to death. Palliative care is often prescribed to manage symptoms and improve quality of life. A patient who has such an illness is referred to as a terminal patient or terminally ill.