Travel insurance recommendations for people affected by cancer

When you are living with cancer, getting travel insurance can be difficult - even if your cancer treatment was years ago. We want to hear positive stories about travel insurance companies from the people who know best – you.

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  • <p>HI to both of the above. Brookside and Dobby Dad.

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    There&#39;s been a lot said above about reasonable covers to be found especially Eurotunnel, if you just want Europe. 

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    About £42 per year, provided your doc will be willing to say you are fit to travel. I usually get the doc to provide this in writing. But Eurotunnel do not require it.

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  • <p>HI to both of the above. Brookside and Dobby Dad.

    </p>

    <p>

    There&#39;s been a lot said above about reasonable covers to be found especially Eurotunnel, if you just want Europe. 

    </p>

    <p>

    About £42 per year, provided your doc will be willing to say you are fit to travel. I usually get the doc to provide this in writing. But Eurotunnel do not require it.

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