Asthma – is a common condition, which can be easily controlled; however this does not mean that you should not declare it to your travel insurance provider.
Bladder Cancer – As with most types of cancer, the earlier bladder cancer is diagnosed, the easier and more successful the treatment will be in the long-term. Many sufferers carry on living full and active lives after their diagnosis, and this includes travelling abroad.
Bowel Cancer – Bowel Cancer (Colon and Rectum) is the third most commonly diagnosed Cancer in the United Kingdom affecting around 37,000 people every year. Bearing this in mind it’s a wonder why so many insurers misunderstand the condition and are reluctant to insure it at a reasonable cost, if at all.
Breast Cancer – Life with breast cancer is hard and adapting to normal life again can be a struggle. We have tried to make things easier by creating a specific breast cancer travel insurance policy which
Cancer – Receiving a cancer diagnosis is a terrible experience and your first reaction, naturally, can be one of shock and worry. However whilst, some cancers are not curable, most are treatable. Many people who have been diagnosed with an incurable cancer are
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Cystic Fibrosis – Living with Cystic Fibrosis is often extremely difficult and the simplest of task and activities can leave you feeling exhausted. This can be the case when trying to organise travel insurance
Deep Vein Thrombosis
Diabetes – There are currently around 2.8 million people in the UK who suffer from Diabetes and a possible further 1 million people who are not even aware they have it. However, even with this number of
Disability – Having a disability shouldn’t affect your holiday plans, however finding an affordable travel insurance policy that fully covers your conditions can be difficult, and understandably people are reluctant to go abroad without a disability travel insurance policy which fully covers their needs, especially if they are travelling outside the European Union.
Epilepsy – Having epilepsy shouldn’t mean that you can’t travel abroad, however you will need to plan in advance and ensure that you have a travel insurance policy with epilepsy cover that fully suits you needs.
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