Cancer survivors are at greater risk of recurrence because they are not physically active enough, Macmillan Cancer Support has said.
Traditionally cancer patients were told to "rest up" after their cancer treatment and to "take it easy", yet the health charity's report, Move More, discovered physical activity is key to the recovery...
A financial adviser who survived cancer three times has completed an expedition to the South Pole, in a bid to raise awareness of health issues and the importance of protection.
A financial planner who has survived cancer three times is to embark on an expedition to the South Pole to raise awareness of health issues and the importance of protection.
Julie Hopkins considers the case for adding partial benefit payment for DCIS treated with mastectomy
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer worldwide and the second highest cause of death from cancer in the UK, yet if diagnosed early it is treatable. Anne Llewellyn explains the insurance ramifications
Insurers are likely to see more benign tumours than malignant, so, asks Anne Llewellyn, what are the underwriting ramifications?
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