101 Thing to do when you survive, update!

Back in July I wrote a blog about Greig Trout and his 101 Things to do when you survive challenge. Well he is now over 3 month in to his challenge so I thought I would update you on his progress.

I am so pleased to report that Greig has been ticking off a good few things on his list over the last 3 months.  Read more

What is 1-2-1 medical screening?

If you have taken out an Insurancewith policy for cancer travel insurance this year you may have come across the term 1-2-1 medical screening and wondered what exactly this is.  Like most products on the market which offer travel insurance for those with pre-existing medical conditions, we use a bespoke medical screening programme driven by a computer but experience tells us that many of our customers do not fit neatly into little tick boxes and so the outcome may not always be a fair reflection of the risk presented for cover. Read more

101 things to do when you survive

The title of this blog is also the name of the web site that Greig Trout has designed so people can follow his adventured around the world.
Greig is a double cancer survivor and instead of the bucket list of things to do before you die he has turned it on its head and made a list of 101 things he wants to do to because he has survived.
I initially heard about Greig’s fantastic plan when he approached Insurancewith for a travel insurance quote to cover his yearlong adventure.  Read more

How are our charitable donations spent?

The FACT Team

One of the unique points about the Insurancewith travel insurance policies with cancer cover is the £1 donation to charity for every policy sold. We support a couple of charities through the sales of our policies, one of which is Fighting All Cancers Together (FACT).  Today we have a guest blog from Joanne Smith the CEO and founder of FACT.  Joanne explains the importance the money Insurancewith donates has to the work FACT does and explains a little bit about what the money is used for.  Read more

Who Cares Award presentation lunch

The day of our award lunch finally dawned yesterday.  As many of our medical travel insurance customers will know we have been running an award in association with Genetic Alliance UK to find the UK’s most extraordinary carer, and yesterday we held the celebration lunch.
The nominations we received were of the highest calibre, and our judge, Andrew Holt, Editor of Charity Times had a very difficult job picking a winner and runner up, but pick them he did. Read more
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