If you have cancer of the mouth or tongue, proper travel insurance that covers your condition will offer extra peace of mind when planning a trip. For those living with all stages of cancer, AllClear can offer travel insurance - so that you can enjoy and make the most of your trip. Travel with confidence, get a quote today!
Mouth cancer travel insurance offers cover if you’re currently living with mouth cancer or are in remisision, and wish to travel with peace of mind. Travel Insurance for pre existing conditions covers you for medical emergencies, giving you the support you need when you are abroad and preventing unexpected medical bills.
If you have cancer of the mouth or tongue, proper travel insurance that covers your condition will offer extra peace of mind and should be one of the things you think about when planning a trip.
Travel insurance for a medical condition is there to help you should anything go wrong while you’re on holiday. This includes everything from essential medical treatment to being flown back to the UK in an emergency.
It’s unlikely you’ll need to use your policy, but without it, you could be left with a massive bill if you need treatment abroad.
You can also get cover that will compensate you should you have to cancel, cut short, or if you have to spend time in a hospital while on holiday because of your mouth cancer. If you have family, friends or carers travelling with you, they can be added to your policy so they too can make a claim.
To get cover for mouth cancer, you need to declare it, as well as any other conditions you may have when purchasing your insurance.
Medical screening is a straightforward process with AllClear. When you apply for your quote, we ask you to fill in a questionnaire and provide some details about your medical conditions. It often helps to have all the information relevant to your condition, such as letters from doctors, nearby when applying.
Here are a few ample questions we often ask:
If you’d prefer to talk to us, call our UK call centre free on 0808 169 2238, any day of the week. Our Help Centre and Live Chat services are also available to answer some of the questions you may have.
We consider covering all medical conditions, including when cancer spreads. If your doctor has said you’re well enough to travel, you will need to declare the cancer and whether it has spread to other parts of your body as well as provide information on treatment you are receiving during our medical screening process.
You will need to update us if there are any changes to your condition – these changes may mean an additional premium needs to be paid. If your condition has changed and you can’t travel as result, you can make a claim as long as you declared your condition when you first bought your policy and you are within the cover period.
Yes, because even if it was a few years ago, declaring the condition helps us ensure you get an appropriate level of cover so we can help should something go wrong.
Once you are fully discharged from the surgery and declared fit to travel, you can apply for a quote. Make sure you declare the surgery in the medical screening process, which will need to be accepted and any additional premium paid.
AllClear has helped over 3 million customers find travel insurance to suit their needs with medical conditions.
“Post cancer it can be hard to relate all the medical issues back when getting travel insurance. AllClear make it easy to answer and give you the time.”
Georgerb – TrustPilot
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Written by: Nick HeadyLast Updated: 20 October 2023
 Based on Trustpilot reviews of all companies in the Travel Insurance Company category that have over 30,000 reviews as of January 2023.
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