There was an increase of 2,700 in the number of deaths from less common cancers between 2010 and 2013, a report from Public Health England (PHE) and Cancer 52 has found. The rise means these cancers, which account for 47% of diagnoses of cancer, account for 54% of deaths, up from 52% in 2007. Less common cancers excludes lung, bowel, breast and prostate cancers, and the data combines figures from almost 280 forms of cancer.
Around one in ten advisors say they will turn down cases which do not fit standard High Street lending criteria. The research found that 10% would simply walk away from a case which cannot be placed on the High Street, despite a wide range of other options including going direct to a specialist advisors like http://.mmb-finance.co.uk.
The Ministry of Justice has recently launched a public awareness campaign to encourage people to plan for their and their families' futures by ensuring they have wills and lasting powers of attorney (LPAs) in place.
The Health Insurance Group has found that of 50,000 health MOTs in the workplace last year 17% of the UK workforce had a BMI greater than 30 - defined as ‘clinically obese' by the World Health Organisation.
Aegon UK has today published claims data which shows a total of £113m was paid in claims for life (including terminal illness), critical illness and income protection, helping more than 1,200 customers, families and businesses in 2014.