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Fiona Macrae was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. Once her treatment was finished, Fiona was desperate for a holiday, and was surprised to find how difficult it was to get an affordable travel insurance policy that covered breast cancer.
As an insurance professional with over 20 years experience Fiona was convinced that it must be possible to provide sensibly priced travel insurance not only for people with cancer but for anyone with a medical condition and so……… Insurancewith was created.
Insurancewith believes that all travellers should be treated fairly with premiums that are based on actual risk, and not on a pre-conceived idea of the medical condition.
Our unique medical screening process means we can consider cover for all medical conditions, the majority of which we can provide with a competitive travel insurance premium.
However, there is more to Insurancewith than just providing travel insurance. When you buy one of our policies, you are also helping us support various specialist charities because we donate £1 for every travel insurance policy purchased from us to one of our supported charities. These charities support thousands of people who live with medical conditions such as breast cancer and diabetes – some of the very people Insurancewith products have been designed for.
Many of us would have heard the news in recent months of the Eurozone cash crisis which has primarily affected Greece. Whilst this doesn’t really affect those of us travelling elsewhere for our holidays this summer, those looking to sun themselves in Corfu, see the sights in Athens, visit Zakynthos or stroll around Santorini will […]
New research has encouraged scientists working towards treatment for diabetes. A team of scientists are hopeful that newly-developed ‘smart-insulins’ could help completely transform the current way in which diabetics manage their condition.
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A new American study has revealed that adding radiotherapy to existing hormone therapy treatment plans for prostate cancer patients could help save hundreds of lives.
A breakthrough drug heralded by many as a ‘miracle’, and the first of its kind in 20 years will not be made available to pancreatic cancer patients on the NHS.
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From World Mental Health Day trending on Twitter on the 10th October, to William and Kate announcing their support for mental health charity Mind, and Jeremy Corbyn appointing England’s first ever Minister for Mental Health, the topic has got people talking.
Those of you familiar with the Insurancewith blog here will know that we regularly post updates on Greig Trout, an inspiring double-cancer survivor aiming to fulfil a list of 101 Things To Do When You Survive – by travelling all over the world!
Our friends at Shine Cancer Support offer incredible support for those diagnosed with cancer in their 20’s, 30’s and 40’s throughout the UK and Ireland, and they also host a fun podcast called ‘Not Your Grandma’s Cancer Show’, aimed at sharing experiences and information with other young adults with cancer.
For those of you that follow Greig and his incredible mission to fulfil his ‘anti-bucket list’ of 101 Things to do When You Survive, you’ll know that our favourite Scot traveller has a bit of a soft spot for all things geeky!
Fiona Macrae is a professional insurance broker with over 20 years experience. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in February 2005 when her son, Cameron, was just five months old. During her pregnancy, Fiona queried changes in her breast several times but was told she had nothing to worry about. Due to the delay in diagnosis Fiona’s Oncologist decided the best course of treatment would be chemotherapy first, followed by surgery and radiotherapy.
Read Fiona’s Story…..