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I have just been diagnosed with CLL and is active monitoring/watch and wait and not due next blood test until after my due holiday abroad so is this something I need to inform insurance company for this trip.
Hi Wivenhoe1 and a very warm welcome to the online community but I'm sorry to hear that you've just been diagnosed with CLL.
If you've already purchased travel insurance then you'll need to check your policy to see if it asks you to tell them any new information about your health or tests you've had since you took it out.
If you have an annual policy and you are diagnosed with cancer during the period of your cover, you may need to tell your insurer. Again check your policy to make sure.
I hope you have a lovely holiday
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