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The U.S. business group of Sun Life Financial has released its third annual Catastrophic Claims Report, which compiles the top 10 costliest medical conditions covered by stop-loss from 2011 to 2014 and explores emerging trends. 

Cancer remains the costliest disease, accounting for more than one quarter (25.7 percent) of the $2.1 billion Sun Life paid out to stop-loss claimants during the report’s four-year period. The top three conditions – cancer (malignant neoplasm and leukemia/lymphoma/multiple myeloma) and end-stage renal disease – made up 33.5 percent of total reimbursement costs. 

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