Hello again Emma.
We have never had trouble getting insurance for John's PC, even treated.
When he was on AS he declared it and at most it put the premium up by a few pounds.
The thing about holiday insurance is that you are unlikely to need cover for PC whilst you are away.
There is nothing going to happen in a fortnight away that will require Mart's PC to be an emergency issue.
I now do comparisons websites for our holiday insurance. I do declare everything, including PC, and let the comparison website sort out which insurers will cover a man with cancer.
Some on here get cover via their banks. Some might not even declare the PC if they are at your stage since you probably won't be rushed off to hospital with PC symptoms if he is at the AS stage but I'm not suggesting you do that.
Check your bank doesn't offer you holiday insurance. IF they do, contact them and explain and you may be pleasantly surprised to find Mart's PC is not currently an insurance issue
We can't control the winds - but we can adjust our sails
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I have been on AS for over 4 years and have used InsureAndGo for my travel insurance. The PC does increase the premium, but not too badly.
Make sure the PC is declared, in the event of a claim insurers may declare your cover invalid if any pre-existing condition is not declared. Even if a claim is not related to the condition.
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Thanks everyone, I will try the options you suggest, thanks for your replies, much appreciated, Emma
It might be worth getting quotes from Insurancewith or Holidaysafe