News Life and Health15 Apr 2019

Life insurer sets sights on improving customers' lifespan

According to insights gathered from MetLife customers in Asia, nearly 60% of them would rather live a shorter yet healthy life compared to living a longer life riddled with critical illnesses such as cancer, dementia or heart disease. Customers surveyed in China, Japan, Korea and Australia also revealed that people are concerned about how their families will be affected by the burden of a critical illness. However, less than half of them believe that they are doing enough to prevent such illnesses.

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