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Cancer health tips to help prevent the disease

Cancer health tips

Keeping in shape can help you to ward off this dreaded condition. As though you needed another reason to get off the couch and start exercising, especially during the holiday season! If not now then make it a New Year’s resolution due to it’s one of the top cancer health tips to help prevent the […]

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Latest cancer news has named August “Cancer Prevention Month”

August Cancer Prevention Month

This month, for the first time, has been designated for preventing the disease. Though many of the other months of the year are recognized for specific types of the disease, the most recent cancer news has shown that August will now be a special month designed to help people to learn how to prevent the […]

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Latest cancer news: oncologists urging congress to help end shortages of drugs

Cost of Cancer Drugs

  Cancer treatments for deadly tumors require better availability of medications. The top oncologists in the country have joined forces with U.S. regulators in making cancer news as they make a call to Congress to help to put an end to the shortage of over one hundred medications. These shortages include vital drugs for cancer […]

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Aflac takes on three year grant renewal to support childhood cancer research and treatment

Cancer Research

The top supplemental health insurance provider in the country, Aflac, has announced its intentions to renew its ongoing commitment to youth and childhood cancer research and treatment by renewing its financial contributions for three more years. The insurer, based in Georgia, has made a commitment to the research program for Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA) […]

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Will your health insurance policy cover your cancer expenses?

Cost of Cancer Drugs

October 17, 2011 will be the last day that Blue Shield will be offering coverage to patients requiring reimbursements for the use of a popular breast cancer drug called Avastin. This decision is leading many women to have a better look at their health insurance policies, and to consider supplemental cancer insurance to fill in […]

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