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Married People More Likely To Beat Cancer

A recent study found that married people are 20 percent more likely to survive a battle with cancer than their unmarried peers. What do you think?

  • “You can also save a ton of money splitting stuff like the cable bill and rent.”

    Erwin Stroud
    Consultant
  • “This just makes my husband’s death that much more embarrassing.”

    Chrissy Hurley
    Auctioneer
  • “I also keep a couple mistresses just to be extra safe.”

    Brian Susi
    Hide Inspector
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