Have you had difficulty getting travel insurance after a cancer diagnosis? This blog gives helpful updates on the travel insurance group discussions.
Welcome to the June 2018 travel insurance update. It certainly has been a busy month. We hope the discussions over on the travel insurance group have given you some valuable tips and recommendations. Thank you to those of you who have contributed.
If you missed out, not to worry. We have included a brief summary below.
‘So much more straightforward than other travel insurance companies I’ve spoken to, who were quoting me around £1000!! I’d highly recommend!’
‘Life is hard enough dealing with Cancer and Eurotunnel were very easy and simple to deal with.’
TrevorRG will be enjoying a 12-day cruise to Iceland with World First:
‘I settled on World First at 65 because of the cover, which was by far the best, and also because the cruise extension was written into their quote.’
Travel insurance advice:
‘Cruise cover may require additional expense or an extra policy.’
Travel and cancer information
If you are thinking of going on holiday, remember to take a look at Macmillan's information on travel and cancer before you go, to help you get the most out of your trip. Our information includes:
Visit the travel insurance group.
Please keep sharing your experiences (good and bad) with us. Head over to the travel insurance group and start a new discussion.
Many thanks to Karen67, Tina478, TrevorRG and BobH for contributing to this blog.
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