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Insurancewith recognises the importance of the part a relaxing holiday can play in the recovery process from uterine cancer and to that end have created a uterine cancer travel insurance policy to cover you and your family. We have 15 years experience of insuring thousands of people with uterine cancer and therefore we do understand the actual risk, this means that you not only get a policy which gives you peace of mind for you and your family, it is reasonably priced and designed to cover you and your holiday. We offer worldwide policies, cruise specific policies, winter sports cover and can insure longer trips for those wishing to stay away for a while.
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Our trained medical screening advisers are able to offer confidential, friendly advice about our policy as well as specific risk assessment of your condition to offer you tailor-made uterine cancer travel insurance policy. Your policy from Insurancewith will not only cover your camera, shoes, delayed flight and legal expenses, we can also cover up to £5 million pounds of medical expenses and repatriation cover, regardless of what stage of uterine cancer you have, how far into treatment you are or what surgery you have had and can offer travel insurance for customers still undergoing treatment.
Always check with your GP that you are fit to travel and research the medical facilities near to where you are planning to stay. Your GP may advise you against air travel in which case you could consider a cruise or even take a scenic route and travel overland. Insurancewith uterine cancer holiday insurance gives you the cover you need for that well-deserved trip, no matter the severity of your cancer – be it in remission or a terminal diagnosis. Because each case is individually assessed and underwritten, our travel insurance policies ensure only the most adequate coverage.
Insurancewith will even consider you if you’re undergoing chemo or radiotherapy. All you need to do is fulfil the policy’s key requirement of being deemed physically fit to travel by your attending doctor. We suggest contacting your doctor before booking your policy, as he or she will also be able to give you valuable information on travelling safely with your condition.
Enjoy the peace of mind of great coverage with the following range of specialised policy benefits looking after you:
For a confidential, specific and friendly quote please call our Insurancewith medical screening department on 02038 293 875 or get a quote online. To obtain a quote you will need your medication details and be prepared with dates of diagnosis/surgery/treatment, our staff are trained to deal with your call and are experienced in speaking to people with uterine cancer, so we can assure you that your call will be sensitively and professionally handled.
You can choose from one of the following travel insurance policies, to suit your travelling needs;
Depending on your chosen policy, you can select from several optional extras in the checkout including;
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Receiving a diagnosis of uterine or endometrial cancer can be overwhelming. Insurancewith understand that after a diagnosis and during treatment for the condition, your mind won’t always be on things such as travel insurance, even when planning an end-of-treatment recovery break like many patients do.
As one of the most common female cancers in women over 50, uterine cancer shouldn’t stop women like you getting away from it all and visiting some of your ideal holiday destinations without the hassle and stress of trying to find an inexpensive travel insurance quote.
Insurancewith have years of experience in insuring customers with uterine cancer and have consequently created a policy for our customers searching for great cover whilst they go on holiday. We understand the difficulties and complications which can arise from travelling with uterine cancer, including cases where you might be travelling before treatment starts or shortly after it has finished or needing cover for other conditions which often go hand-in-hand with uterine cancer such as diabetes or polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
Our award-winning medical screening programme allows us to individually assess your medical situation without you having to fill out questionnaires where important details could be left out because the right questions weren’t asked. By asking questions relevant to your condition, we can offer you a fair and affordable quote and provide you with great medical travel insurance cover for you and your holiday.
In the unfortunate event that there is a medical emergency whilst you’re away, we provide all of our policy holders with our emergency assistance helpline, which is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a week and is managed by doctors, who will ensure you get the best possible medical advice for your given situation and provide support through circumstances that might be otherwise stressful.
If you have a question you need answering, why not take a look at our most frequently asked questions.
If you still cannot find what you are looking for please do not hesitate to contact us where a member of the team will be waiting to help.
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