'I feel like the stigma of cancer will last me a lifetime': Survivors are forced to pay four times more for travel cover - here's how to save



The average cancer survivor pays an eye-watering £133 for a travel insurance policy if they have had a diagnosis in the past – nearly four times the average cost of £37.
And according to Macmillan's latest research, a fifth of survivors hand over more than £200 to enjoy a much-needed holiday after treatment.
Some will end up shelling out over 27 times more than those without a pre-existing condition, with an estimated 7,500 holidaymakers charged more than £1,000.
Even more unfairly, as many as 8,500 cancer survivors could in fact be turned away completely when trying to buy travel cover,... read more

 
28 July 2017 in Business, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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