Hi Everyone, Hope you don't mind me asking this questions on here. I have a very small female cancer plan which pays out in the event of me having a female cancer. I have recently had surgery for stage 3a serous borderline tumour of the ovary with non invasive implants. My insurance policy states that the following are excluded: pre-malignant, non invasive or cancer in situ. Although my tumour was non invasive it had spread to my appendix, omentum and bowel and I had extensive surgery. When I spoke to my consultant he said borderline tumours are tumours with low malignant potential. Has anyone had one of these plans and been able to claim for a borderline tumour. Many thanks x
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