RedArc Nurses releases data
An estimated 6.2 million
Nearly £56m paid to just over 700 women diagnosed with breast cancer in the last 10 years
Breast cancer sufferer, Carole Scott, says her critical illness policy has provided 'peace of mind' and helped her cope at a time when she 'couldn't think or function'
Insurers should do more to assist families under strain following diagnosis, says nurse service
At the cost of £154, 'male health check' is designed to be easily integrated into working day
Bespoke plan to support cancer sufferers available as employee benefit
Two in five employees have never checked for common cancers
Critical illness programme for employees following diagnosis
Critical illness skin cancer claims for 2017 and helpful information regarding skin care
Scottish Widows' Johnny Timpson reviews the 35 years since critical illness cover was introduced
'Start from yes' philosophy at heart of critical illness policy
Coverage under YourLife Income Protection and Critical Illness Cover policies available for cancer survivors
AXA - Global Healthcare's Andy Edwards says focus on the needs of the individual is crucial when caring for IPMI cancer patients
Simplifications for heart attack, stroke and cancer (and more) with exclusions removed
CIC represents 23% of all claims and income protection accounts for 12%, according to figures from ABI and GRiD
VitalityLife's Fergus Bescoby explores the rise of obesity and its implications
Cancer Relapse Benefit included as standard and 35 definitions added including borderline ovarian cancer and blindness in one eye
The biggest UK government investment yet for this type of cancer
Smoking still biggest culprit and obesity second - however only 15% know the latter is connected
RedArc responds to ONS 'Geographic patterns of cancer survival in England' report, while Stephen Fry treatment highlights importance of early detection
Male-only cancer deaths overtaking breast cancer highlights need for earlier diagnosis and better prevention - so how are insurers stepping up?
Aviva Ventures, Aviva plc's venture capital arm, has invested in Owlstone Medical Ltd, a medical diagnostics company developing a breathalyser that can detect diseases at a very early stage.
An estimated 20,000 of those who are diagnosed with cancer each year in the UK will face discrimination in their workplace, according to new research released by Macmillan Cancer Support and YouGov at the World Cancer Congress in Paris.