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Critical illness cover could provide financial protection for the victims of cancer, as the debate continues about preventative measures for the disease.
Research by the University of Oxford this week, reveals that a low daily dose of aspirin can significantly reduce the number of deaths from a whole range of common cancers.
However, the Association for International Cancer Research (AICR) says the benefits of taking low doses of aspirin must be weighed against the risks.
Scientific co-ordinator at the research body, Dr Mark Matfield, said one of the side-effects of aspirin, for instance, is that it may cause internal bleeding in some people.
Critical illness cover would provide financial peace of mind for your dependants as you undergo medical treatment, and cover any lost earnings incurred at the time.
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