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John W (69): Diagnosed November 2018 metastatic prostate cancer with skeletal involvement. Hormone therapy + Metformin STAMPEDE trial, Metformin stopped May 2019. Chemotherapy stopped May 2019. August 2019, progressive disease, radiotherapy completed November 2019. Note: Diagnosed angina (stented), hypertension, hypercholesterolaemia and gout, stable on medications, no complications in the last three years. Australian/Asian cruise for 27 days. Mrs Lynda D (69): Diagnosed (1) August 2018 rectal cancer. Resection and stoma followed by chemotherapy to May 2019. (2) October 2019 diagnosed squamous cell carcinoma mid oesophagus with nodal, liver and suspected skeletal involvement (compression fracture T6). (3) Diagnosed osteoporosis 2008, leg fracture, plated. Travelling to Dubai for 18 days. Helen R (73): Diagnosed (1) April 2017 ovarian cancer with peritoneal involvement. Chemotherapy + Avastin to April 2018. (2) Left breast cancer 1994, mastectomy followed by Tamoxifen. Note; Diagnosed P.E. April 2017 on daily Edoxaban. Asthma April 2003 on daily inhalers Seretide & occasional salbutamol, both conditions stable. No recent hospitalisations for either condition. Greece for 12 days. Christopher L (75): (1) Diagnosed July 2012 right squamous cell carcinoma lung. Right Lower lobectomy. (2) Diagnosed July 2016 second primary left lung. Chemotherapy completed December 2016 and radiotherapy January 2017. February 2018, metastatic disease chemotherapy completed June 2018. (3) Diagnosed 2010 transitional cell carcinoma bladder. TURP February 2011, uneventful since. Also diagnosed Crohn's disease, hypertension and mild heart failure, stable on medications. Canaries cruise for 11 days. Elizabeth M (71): Diagnosed March 2017 rectal cancer, excised March 2017. Relapse June 2017, lung, bone and peritoneal involvement. Palliative radiotherapy to thoracic spine, chemotherapy + Avastin ongoing. Travelling to Florida for 19 days. Joan (74): diagnosed acute myeloid leukaemia. Chemotherapy recently completed. Spain 29 days. Monica (63): diagnosed caecal carcinoma, resection followed by chemotherapy. Relapse iliac fossa and peritoneal involvement, chemotherapy ongoing. Lanzarote 8 days. Laura (8): diagnosed neuroblastoma stage IV and now secondary acute myeloid leukaemia. Neuroblastoma - chemotherapy followed by resection, post operative chemotherapy and autologous bone marrow transplant. Two relapses - chemoradiotherapy completed. Secondary acute myeloid leukaemia - chemotherapy ongoing. Recent hospitalisation - febrile neutropenia, blood and platelets transfused immediately prior to travel. France 4 days. Sam (40): Ovarian cancer, relapse pelvic, nodal and pulmonary involvement. Also juvenile idiopathic rheumatoid arthritis, C1 & C2 fusion, right ankle and left hip replacement. Recent hospitalization due to flare up. Now recovered. Also note left hip replacement due for renewal. Canada 10 days. John (91): Metastatic prostate cancer with skeletal involvement. Prostatectomy. Hormone therapy and bisphosphonates ongoing. Tenerife 15 days. Olivia (34): Renal failure followed by kidney transplant 9 years ago. Now Burkett's lymphoma, chemotherapy completed and in remission. Travelling to USA 7 days. William (71): Mesothelioma VATS pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy. Also prostate cancer, prostatectomy 5 years ago. Glaucoma treatment ongoing. USA & Caribbean cruise 15 days. Joanne (34): Kidney cancer, left nephrectomy. Relapse pulmonary involvement interferon ongoing. Spain 15 days. Eileen (80): diagnosed endometrial cancer, total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo oopherectomy followed by external beam radiotherapy. Brachytherapy completed week before departure. Florida 20 days. Geoffery (76): diagnosed bowel cancer with nodal involvement. Hemicolectomy followed by Chemotherapy. Cerebrovascular accident in 2005 - now fully recovered, no neurological deficit. Also atrial fibrillation diagnosed 2005. Canada 10 days. Yvonne (68): diagnosed pancreatic cancer. Biliary and gastric bypass discharged three weeks before departure. Chemotherapy to commence on return. France 8 days. Trevor (70): Ocular melanoma, ocular exenteration two years ago. Recent relapse - face, lung, liver and bony involvement. Radiotherapy spine. Dexamethasone ongoing. Czech Republic for 6 days. Ben (8): Parameningeal embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma. Radiotherapy completed, chemotherapy ongoing. France for 7 days. Jake (3): Rhabdomyosarcoma bladder, chemotherapy followed by resection and radiotherapy. Relapse, pulmonary involvement, resection followed by chemotherapy. Has a urostomy. Florida for 16 days. David (65): Pleural mesothelioma, pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy. Also diabetic with peripheral vascular disease. Florida for 16 days. Pamela (58): Carcinoma ovary hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo oopherectomy. Chemotherapy ongoing. Also under-active thyroid and arthritis. Cyprus for 14 days. Clive (73): Pancreatic cancer, resection followed by chemotherapy - Tarceva ongoing. Portugal for 21 days. David (69): diagnosed ocular melanoma. Radiotherapy completed. Ocular relapse with liver involvement. No treatment to date. Spain 8 days. Philip (84): diagnosed mesothelioma. Pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy, completed before departure. Portugal 8 days. Jean (65): Metastatic breast cancer with skeletal and nodal involvement. Chemotherapy followed by Exmestane, Herceptin and Zometa ongoing. Spain for 15 days. Sylvia (66): Lung cancer with cerebral metastases, cranial radiotherapy completed, dexamethasone ongoing. Spain for 8 days. Diane (60): Carcinoma caecum with pulmonary, skeletal and liver involvement. Chemoradiotherapy completed. Portugal for 8 days.
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John W (69): Diagnosed November 2018 metastatic prostate cancer with skeletal involvement. Hormone therapy + Metformin STAMPEDE trial, Metformin stopped May 2019. Chemotherapy stopped May 2019. August 2019, progressive disease, radiotherapy completed November 2019. Note: Diagnosed angina (stented), hypertension, hypercholesterolaemia and gout, stable on medications, no complications in the last three years. Australian/Asian cruise for 27 days. Mrs Lynda D (69): Diagnosed (1) August 2018 rectal cancer. Resection and stoma followed by chemotherapy to May 2019. (2) October 2019 diagnosed squamous cell carcinoma mid oesophagus with nodal, liver and suspected skeletal involvement (compression fracture T6). (3) Diagnosed osteoporosis 2008, leg fracture, plated. Travelling to Dubai for 18 days. Helen R (73): Diagnosed (1) April 2017 ovarian cancer with peritoneal involvement. Chemotherapy + Avastin to April 2018. (2) Left breast cancer 1994, mastectomy followed by Tamoxifen. Note; Diagnosed P.E. April 2017 on daily Edoxaban. Asthma April 2003 on daily inhalers Seretide & occasional salbutamol, both conditions stable. No recent hospitalisations for either condition. Greece for 12 days. Christopher L (75): (1) Diagnosed July 2012 right squamous cell carcinoma lung. Right Lower lobectomy. (2) Diagnosed July 2016 second primary left lung. Chemotherapy completed December 2016 and radiotherapy January 2017. February 2018, metastatic disease chemotherapy completed June 2018. (3) Diagnosed 2010 transitional cell carcinoma bladder. TURP February 2011, uneventful since. Also diagnosed Crohn's disease, hypertension and mild heart failure, stable on medications. Canaries cruise for 11 days. Elizabeth M (71): Diagnosed March 2017 rectal cancer, excised March 2017. Relapse June 2017, lung, bone and peritoneal involvement. Palliative radiotherapy to thoracic spine, chemotherapy + Avastin ongoing. Travelling to Florida for 19 days. Joan (74): diagnosed acute myeloid leukaemia. Chemotherapy recently completed. Spain 29 days. Monica (63): diagnosed caecal carcinoma, resection followed by chemotherapy. Relapse iliac fossa and peritoneal involvement, chemotherapy ongoing. Lanzarote 8 days. Laura (8): diagnosed neuroblastoma stage IV and now secondary acute myeloid leukaemia. Neuroblastoma - chemotherapy followed by resection, post operative chemotherapy and autologous bone marrow transplant. Two relapses - chemoradiotherapy completed. Secondary acute myeloid leukaemia - chemotherapy ongoing. Recent hospitalisation - febrile neutropenia, blood and platelets transfused immediately prior to travel. France 4 days. Sam (40): Ovarian cancer, relapse pelvic, nodal and pulmonary involvement. Also juvenile idiopathic rheumatoid arthritis, C1 & C2 fusion, right ankle and left hip replacement. Recent hospitalization due to flare up. Now recovered. Also note left hip replacement due for renewal. Canada 10 days. John (91): Metastatic prostate cancer with skeletal involvement. Prostatectomy. Hormone therapy and bisphosphonates ongoing. Tenerife 15 days. Olivia (34): Renal failure followed by kidney transplant 9 years ago. Now Burkett's lymphoma, chemotherapy completed and in remission. Travelling to USA 7 days. William (71): Mesothelioma VATS pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy. Also prostate cancer, prostatectomy 5 years ago. Glaucoma treatment ongoing. USA & Caribbean cruise 15 days. Joanne (34): Kidney cancer, left nephrectomy. Relapse pulmonary involvement interferon ongoing. Spain 15 days. Eileen (80): diagnosed endometrial cancer, total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo oopherectomy followed by external beam radiotherapy. Brachytherapy completed week before departure. Florida 20 days. Geoffery (76): diagnosed bowel cancer with nodal involvement. Hemicolectomy followed by Chemotherapy. Cerebrovascular accident in 2005 - now fully recovered, no neurological deficit. Also atrial fibrillation diagnosed 2005. Canada 10 days. Yvonne (68): diagnosed pancreatic cancer. Biliary and gastric bypass discharged three weeks before departure. Chemotherapy to commence on return. France 8 days. Trevor (70): Ocular melanoma, ocular exenteration two years ago. Recent relapse - face, lung, liver and bony involvement. Radiotherapy spine. Dexamethasone ongoing. Czech Republic for 6 days. Ben (8): Parameningeal embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma. Radiotherapy completed, chemotherapy ongoing. France for 7 days. Jake (3): Rhabdomyosarcoma bladder, chemotherapy followed by resection and radiotherapy. Relapse, pulmonary involvement, resection followed by chemotherapy. Has a urostomy. Florida for 16 days. David (65): Pleural mesothelioma, pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy. Also diabetic with peripheral vascular disease. Florida for 16 days. Pamela (58): Carcinoma ovary hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo oopherectomy. Chemotherapy ongoing. Also under-active thyroid and arthritis. Cyprus for 14 days. Clive (73): Pancreatic cancer, resection followed by chemotherapy - Tarceva ongoing. Portugal for 21 days. David (69): diagnosed ocular melanoma. Radiotherapy completed. Ocular relapse with liver involvement. No treatment to date. Spain 8 days. Philip (84): diagnosed mesothelioma. Pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy, completed before departure. Portugal 8 days. Jean (65): Metastatic breast cancer with skeletal and nodal involvement. Chemotherapy followed by Exmestane, Herceptin and Zometa ongoing. Spain for 15 days. Sylvia (66): Lung cancer with cerebral metastases, cranial radiotherapy completed, dexamethasone ongoing. Spain for 8 days. Diane (60): Carcinoma caecum with pulmonary, skeletal and liver involvement. Chemoradiotherapy completed. Portugal for 8 days.

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InsureCancer provides specialist travel insurance for individuals with a diagnosis of cancer. In the recent past we have issued travel insurance policies for a wide range of cancers. Here are some of the cases we have done.
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Innovation. “Pioneering insurance underwriting innovation for those affected by cancer”
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John W (69): Diagnosed November 2018 metastatic prostate cancer with skeletal involvement. Hormone therapy + Metformin STAMPEDE trial, Metformin stopped May 2019. Chemotherapy stopped May 2019. August 2019, progressive disease, radiotherapy completed November 2019. Note: Diagnosed angina (stented), hypertension, hypercholesterolaemia and gout, stable on medications, no complications in the last three years. Australian/Asian cruise for 27 days. Mrs Lynda D (69): Diagnosed (1) August 2018 rectal cancer. Resection and stoma followed by chemotherapy to May 2019. (2) October 2019 diagnosed squamous cell carcinoma mid oesophagus with nodal, liver and suspected skeletal involvement (compression fracture T6). (3) Diagnosed osteoporosis 2008, leg fracture, plated. Travelling to Dubai for 18 days. Helen R (73): Diagnosed (1) April 2017 ovarian cancer with peritoneal involvement. Chemotherapy + Avastin to April 2018. (2) Left breast cancer 1994, mastectomy followed by Tamoxifen. Note; Diagnosed P.E. April 2017 on daily Edoxaban. Asthma April 2003 on daily inhalers Seretide & occasional salbutamol, both conditions stable. No recent hospitalisations for either condition. Greece for 12 days. Christopher L (75): (1) Diagnosed July 2012 right squamous cell carcinoma lung. Right Lower lobectomy. (2) Diagnosed July 2016 second primary left lung. Chemotherapy completed December 2016 and radiotherapy January 2017. February 2018, metastatic disease chemotherapy completed June 2018. (3) Diagnosed 2010 transitional cell carcinoma bladder. TURP February 2011, uneventful since. Also diagnosed Crohn's disease, hypertension and mild heart failure, stable on medications. Canaries cruise for 11 days. Elizabeth M (71): Diagnosed March 2017 rectal cancer, excised March 2017. Relapse June 2017, lung, bone and peritoneal involvement. Palliative radiotherapy to thoracic spine, chemotherapy + Avastin ongoing. Travelling to Florida for 19 days. Joan (74): diagnosed acute myeloid leukaemia. Chemotherapy recently completed. Spain 29 days. Monica (63): diagnosed caecal carcinoma, resection followed by chemotherapy. Relapse iliac fossa and peritoneal involvement, chemotherapy ongoing. Lanzarote 8 days. Laura (8): diagnosed neuroblastoma stage IV and now secondary acute myeloid leukaemia. Neuroblastoma - chemotherapy followed by resection, post operative chemotherapy and autologous bone marrow transplant. Two relapses - chemoradiotherapy completed. Secondary acute myeloid leukaemia - chemotherapy ongoing. Recent hospitalisation - febrile neutropenia, blood and platelets transfused immediately prior to travel. France 4 days. Sam (40): Ovarian cancer, relapse pelvic, nodal and pulmonary involvement. Also juvenile idiopathic rheumatoid arthritis, C1 & C2 fusion, right ankle and left hip replacement. Recent hospitalization due to flare up. Now recovered. Also note left hip replacement due for renewal. Canada 10 days. John (91): Metastatic prostate cancer with skeletal involvement. Prostatectomy. Hormone therapy and bisphosphonates ongoing. Tenerife 15 days. Olivia (34): Renal failure followed by kidney transplant 9 years ago. Now Burkett's lymphoma, chemotherapy completed and in remission. Travelling to USA 7 days. William (71): Mesothelioma VATS pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy. Also prostate cancer, prostatectomy 5 years ago. Glaucoma treatment ongoing. USA & Caribbean cruise 15 days. Joanne (34): Kidney cancer, left nephrectomy. Relapse pulmonary involvement interferon ongoing. Spain 15 days. Eileen (80): diagnosed endometrial cancer, total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo oopherectomy followed by external beam radiotherapy. Brachytherapy completed week before departure. Florida 20 days. Geoffery (76): diagnosed bowel cancer with nodal involvement. Hemicolectomy followed by Chemotherapy. Cerebrovascular accident in 2005 - now fully recovered, no neurological deficit. Also atrial fibrillation diagnosed 2005. Canada 10 days. Yvonne (68): diagnosed pancreatic cancer. Biliary and gastric bypass discharged three weeks before departure. Chemotherapy to commence on return. France 8 days. Trevor (70): Ocular melanoma, ocular exenteration two years ago. Recent relapse - face, lung, liver and bony involvement. Radiotherapy spine. Dexamethasone ongoing. Czech Republic for 6 days. Ben (8): Parameningeal embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma. Radiotherapy completed, chemotherapy ongoing. France for 7 days. Jake (3): Rhabdomyosarcoma bladder, chemotherapy followed by resection and radiotherapy. Relapse, pulmonary involvement, resection followed by chemotherapy. Has a urostomy. Florida for 16 days. David (65): Pleural mesothelioma, pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy. Also diabetic with peripheral vascular disease. Florida for 16 days. Pamela (58): Carcinoma ovary hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo oopherectomy. Chemotherapy ongoing. Also under-active thyroid and arthritis. Cyprus for 14 days. Clive (73): Pancreatic cancer, resection followed by chemotherapy - Tarceva ongoing. Portugal for 21 days. David (69): diagnosed ocular melanoma. Radiotherapy completed. Ocular relapse with liver involvement. No treatment to date. Spain 8 days. Philip (84): diagnosed mesothelioma. Pleural tap and pleurodesis followed by radiotherapy, completed before departure. Portugal 8 days. Jean (65): Metastatic breast cancer with skeletal and nodal involvement. Chemotherapy followed by Exmestane, Herceptin and Zometa ongoing. Spain for 15 days. Sylvia (66): Lung cancer with cerebral metastases, cranial radiotherapy completed, dexamethasone ongoing. Spain for 8 days. Diane (60): Carcinoma caecum with pulmonary, skeletal and liver involvement. Chemoradiotherapy completed. Portugal for 8 days.
InsureCancer provides specialist travel insurance for individuals with a diagnosis of cancer. In the recent past we have issued travel insurance policies for a wide range of cancers. Here are some of the cases we have done.

Some more cases

The Specialist Insurer

Cases

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Innovation. “Pioneering insurance underwriting innovation for those affected by cancer”