Travel Insurance for Skin Cancer

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Don’t let skin cancer stop you from enjoying your holiday. Find specialised Travel Insurance with Just Travel Cover today.

Understandably, having skin cancer can make you worry about going abroad, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Making sure you are prepared in case of a medical emergency will help you relax during your well-deserved time off. We’re here to help you find Travel Insurance for skin cancer so you can do just that.

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, with 100,000 new cases diagnosed every year. Whether you have melanoma, non-melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, or squamous cell carcinoma skin cancer, you need to find Travel Insurance with skin cancer cover. You want to be sure that you are covered should a skin cancer-related emergency happen when you’re abroad. 

How to Find the Right Travel Insurance for Skin Cancer

Finding Travel Insurance with cover for skin cancer is quick and easy at Just Travel Cover. Our online medical screening process allows our Travel Insurance specialists to help you find the policy you need. Once you have answered the questions as accurately as possible, our specialists will compare prices and cover from several insurers that cover skin cancer and any other pre-existing medical conditions you may have, helping you find the best Travel Insurance for you.

The Risks of Not Declaring Skin Cancer in Your Travel Insurance

Whether you have skin cancer now, are in remission, or are completely cancer free, it is critical that you notify your insurer. In doing so, you can be reassured knowing that you are covered should a skin cancer-related medical emergency happen. While nobody likes to think that their skin cancer will worsen or return, it is best to get Travel Insurance that provides skin cancer cover.

If you do not declare your current or past experience with skin cancer, you could risk your policy becoming void. If this were to happen, your Travel Insurance may not cover you. This means you could be responsible for expensive medical fees for any treatment you receive while abroad, regardless of whether it’s related to cancer or not.

Travel Insurance for Skin Cancer FAQs

Frequently asked questions about Travel Insurance for Skin Cancer.

Is skin cancer a pre-existing condition?
Yes. Skin cancer is classified as a pre-existing medical condition or an illness you had before taking out your Travel Insurance. No matter your current stage, whether 0 through to 5, our Travel Insurance experts will try to help you find the right policy.
Can I get Travel Insurance if I have skin cancer?

Yes. Before going on holiday, you should always get Travel Insurance for any pre-existing medical conditions, including skin cancer. Your policy may be affected if you currently have skin cancer or have had it in the past. However, it is still crucial that you declare it to your insurer to make sure you’re covered. Failing to declare full details of your skin cancer could result in your Travel Insurance becoming void. Call us today if you’re uncertain about finding Travel Insurance for skin cancer.

Can I get Travel Insurance for terminal cancer?
We do have insurers that can provide Travel Insurance if you have been diagnosed with terminal cancer, however your prognosis must be more than 6 months from the return date of your trip.
Will my Travel Insurance cover skin cancer-related treatment abroad?

Yes, if you declare your skin cancer, and any other pre-exisiting medical conditions you may have, these should be covered should something unexpected happen and you need skin cancer-related treatment abroad or even if you require repatriation. It’s essential to review the your policy wording to understand the extent of cover for medical emergencies related to skin cancer. At Just Travel Cover, we are experienced in helping travellers find Travel Insurance with cancer cover and we can help you too. Speak with one of our experts today.

Can I go on holiday after skin cancer?

Whether you can travel after skin cancer depends on factors like your current health, treatment status, and destination. Prioritising your health and following medical advice is important for a safe and enjoyable trip. The best precaution you can take is finding Travel Insurance for skin cancer, and we’re here to help.

Can I get Travel Insurance if my skin cancer is in remission?

Yes, we can cover your skin cancer at any stage, including in remission. To find the best Travel Insurance for cancer in remission, look for policies with high cancellation cover that covers the cost of your trip, and medical cover that includes emergency medical expenses and repatriation. This ensures that if you need medical treatment related to your cancer when abroad or if you need to cancel your holiday because of your cancer, you will be covered.

Travel Insurance for Skin Cancer – Your Cover

  • Cancellation/ curtailment up to £12,500 (£30,000 on referral)
  • Missed departure up to £1,500 per person
  • Baggage up to £3,000 per person
  • Personal Liability up to £2 million per person
  • Zero excess policies available

Medical Cover for Skin Cancer

  • Emergency medical expenses and repatriation up to £15 million
  • 24/7 emergency medical assistance
  • Cover for all types of Skin Cancer

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