I am not familiar with this particular plan.
One of the most important factors in selecting a plan is understanding your out of pocket maximum. This will help you know how much money you will have to put out before insurance covers at 100%. In addition, when you reach your out of pocket max, you will still be responsible for copayments and prescription costs. If the plan requires you to get the chemo agents at a pharmacy and bring them to the infusion center, then you will be responsible for the cost of the chemo agents even if you met your out of pocket maxium.
Make sure the providers you want to see accept the insurance as well. Going out of network can be very costly and a claims nightmare. Some insurance is tricky. Even if you go to an in network hospital, if the doctor who admitted you is out of network, the whole hospital stay could be considered out of network.
Take your time to really evaluate the plan and consider your costs. There are lots of tools online to help you figure out your costs so you can understand if the premimums you will pay will cover what you need.
Insurance is very confusing and I worked in the insurance industry for 10 years!