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Breast cancer travel insurance

If you currently have, or have had breast cancer in the past, book a breast cancer travel insurance policy online today.

We provide comprehensive travel insurance, including tailored cover for any pre-existing medical conditions you may have. Our travel insurance for cancer offers protection with both our single trip and annual travel insurance, and offers medical cover for cruises. We cover the majority of pre-existing medical conditions and all medical conditions will be considered. This includes all forms of cancer.

All policies come equipped with cover for medical emergency expenses, repatriation, and lost medication as well as cover for cancellation and curtailment. Simply enter your travel information into the quote form to find out more.

Choosing Holiday Extras for your breast cancer travel insurance

  • - Over 25 years experience selling travel insurance.
  • - Voted best insurance provider 12 years running.
  • - Tailored policies to suit your personal requirements.
  • - Policies with no excess available.
  • - UK-based contact centre and 24/7 helpline.
  • - All medical conditions considered.

Compare breast cancer travel insurance levels cover levels:

Our travel insurance for breast cancer is available in both single-trip or annual multi-trip, at bronze, silver, gold and platinum levels.

Bronze
Silver
Gold
Platinum
Baggage cover
£500
£1,500
£2,000
£2,000
Cancellation cover
£1,000
£2,500
£5,000
£5,000
Medical cover
£5 million
£10 million
£10 million
£10 million
Excess charge
£150
£100
£50
£0
End supplier failure
X
£2,500
£5,000
£5,000
Lost passport
£250
£250
£300
£350
Personal money
£300
£350
£400
£500
Wedding cover
X
X
£1,500
£1,500
Gadget cover
X
X
X
£750

How do I declare my condition?

We understand that you may find it difficult to talk about your condition, especially if you have already spoken to a number of insurers about your condition. Our screening process is designed with this in mind, allowing you a brief and confidential screening experience.

Simply enter your travelling details into the quote form at the top of the page, and you'll be taken through your medical screening, where you'll need to answer a few questions regarding your condition. You can be certain that all your answers will be handled with care, to ensure you get the best policy for your personal needs. We should add that we always advise you to speak with your GP or consultant for any medical travel advice before you book anything.

Medical screening questions:

Some questions you may be asked:

  • Has there ever been a spread from the breast to any other part of the body?
  • How long ago was your last treatment for cancer?
  • Are you currently having, or planning to have, any cancer treatments?
  • Have you been offered chemotherapy, radiotherapy or surgery but chosen not to proceed?
  • What was the outcome of your most recent scan or x-ray to assess your cancer?
  • Are you taking strong painkillers every day for this condition?
  • Do you need assistance with your day-to-day activities as a result of this condition?

Medical screening takes place online through the quote form above, though if you prefer, this can also be done via our UK based insurance team by calling our friendly helpline.

Travel insurance for patients with Secondary Breast Cancer

Please be aware, that we currently do not provide cover for patients with secondary breast cancer. If you are a patient suffering from secondary breast cancer and require travel insurance, there are a number of insurers that can provide cover. We recommend visiting Macmillan's online community, as travel insurance for secondary breast cancer is often discussed.

Travelling with breast cancer

Counsult your cancer specialist before travelling

Your cancer specialist will be able to give you advice on where you're travelling, any special arrangements you may need to make, and any information pertaining to your condition in elation to the country you're visiting. They will also be able to provide you with a note confirming your conditions and medications, should you need it while away.

Do your own research

Official cancer websites such as Cancer Research UK, Macmillan Cancer Support and the NHS have an abundance of free information and advice for travelling with all forms of cancer.

Pack enough medication

This may seem like an obvous one, but make sure you pack not only enough medication for the entirety of your trip, but take a little extra in case of emergencies such as flight delays or lost medication.

Check vaccinations with your cancer specialist

If you're travelling to a destination that requires you to have vaccinations, you may need to speak to your specialist to see if this will affect your cindition or treatment. Live vaccinations are not recommended if you are undergoing chemotherapy or within 6 months of stopping treatment.

Holiday Extras Cover Ltd and Holiday Extras Ltd are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Holiday Extras Cover Ltd 05058680 and Holiday Extras Ltd 01693250 are registered in England and Wales. Registered address: Ashford Road, Newingreen, Kent CT21 4JF.

Holiday Extras is underwritten by Travel Insurance Facilities plc which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered address: 2nd Floor, 1 Tower View, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent, ME19 4UY. Company number 03220410.