I'm sure there are loads of posts about travel insurance, but I'm an idiot and can't find them! I was planning to travel to Canada for a week to go to a concert I booked in February, just before I was diagnosed with OC. I have a letter from my consultant saying that I'm remission and fit to travel, but insurance is still in the high hundreds of ££££, or the company wants even more information from my consultant (given that it took 10 days to get the original letter, I'm not holding out much hope there!). Has anyone ever risked it and just gone with basic insurance, not being covered for pre-existing conditions? There's nothing wrong with me at the moment, I'm not on any medication, but I feel a bit twitchy about it. I also think I deserve a holiday after all the chemo. Any suggestions, anyone?
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