The Life Insurance Market
Consumers about to compare life insurance will be pleased to know that costs may well be coming down thanks to a new development in male cancer prevention.
A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology finds that physical activity can help reduce the risk of men diagnosed with prostate cancer, from dying from the disease.
Emma Malcolm is chief executive of Prostate Action, and she agrees with this idea - while urging men not to over-do things.
She says: "With men diagnosed with prostate cancer, regular exercise is important, but its relevance and priority depends entirely on what stage you are at in managing your disease."
Ms Malcolm also stressed that building up fitness levels a day at a time is a safe way to better fitness in fighting such diseases.
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