Well I hope you remain clear of cancer but you will be having regular PSA tests to check there is no cause for concern which could lead to need for further treatment. Insurers would not consider you are cured after such a relatively short time although it is in your favour that there is no impending treatment. Often they work on ticked boxes and you might find you get a better travel insurance quote if you speak to a medical assessor of the company. Sometimes they will refer you to their specialist unit anyway.
As regards people to get quotes from, some men get a good deal through their bank. Others will no doubt recommend insurers that have been competitive for them. Generally speaking there is not an urgent need for treatment except for people much further down the line or who are awaiting treatment. I have always carried my own risk by informing insurers of my situation but asking it to be excluded from cover. This way I have got a low premium on each occasion. I think the only exception to this would be if I was going to the USA where should you need treatment that could be tied to PCa the cost could be crippling, if you didn't have cover.
I don't know if you can find it because the Search Facility on this forum is not good but this matter has been raised from time to time and there is a lot of information therein. However, we live in a changing world and although you might find some good leads, they may be outdated so an up to date survey may produce different and more relevant individualised quotes.
Edited by member 02 Dec 2020 at 18:03
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