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Breast Cancer Travel Insurance

Specialist travel insurance for breast cancer patients travelling to Europe or worldwide

Travel insurance after breast cancer


More than 55,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer every year, making it one of the most common types of cancer. Breast cancer survival rates have doubled in the last 40 years, and despite being one of the most common types of cancer, it is also the most curable. This means that there are more and more people living with a previous breast cancer diagnosis, and we believe that this shouldn’t impact your ability to travel, which is why we work hard to find the best policy for you and your medical needs. Travel insurance after breast cancer should be simple and easy to obtain and that's where OK To Travel come in.


We understand that breast cancer can affect people in different ways. We endeavour to find suitable cover for your trip, regardless of the type of treatment you required and wherever you are on your journey to recovery. Standard insurers often exclude cover for pre-existing medical conditions, or anything related to them, even if your breast cancer diagnosis was several years ago. Our specialist insurance policy makes sure that you are covered for any complications that may arise due to your ongoing cancer or previous diagnosis.

OK To Travel has four levels of cover which can provide up to* 

£5,000 Cancellation


Cancellation cover up to £5,000 per person to recoup costs of unused travel and accommodation.

£10M Medical Expenses


Cover up to £10,000,000 per person if you require emergency medical treatment or repatriation.

£3,000 Baggage


Cover if your personal possessions are lost, stolen or damaged. 

£1,000 Gadget Cover


Cover against theft, accidental damage, breakdown and accidental loss of your gadgets.

£500 Missed Departure


Cover for travel and accommodation expenses required to reach your booked destination.

£50 Policy Excess


Policy excess as low as £50 with Premier Plus cover.

*Maximum amounts available per person, subject to the applicable policy excess.

Best travel insurance for breast cancer patients


You may be wondering if you can get travel insurance with breast cancer, and the answer is yes! A breast cancer diagnosis shouldn’t mean that you miss out on travel. In fact, a holiday could be just what you need to celebrate the all-clear, or just give yourself a break! That is why we work hard to provide the best cover for breast cancer patients, or people who have had a previous breast cancer diagnosis. Our medical screening system asks all the relevant questions to make sure that you are getting the best cover possible for your individual needs, at a fair price.


We have four different levels of cover to choose from, with different prices depending on the amount of cover you’re looking for, so you can be confident that you have the most suitable policy for your medical conditions and travel needs. Get a quote online or speak to one of our friendly contact centre team for more information. We are always happy to help and guide you through the process.

Why are we the right choice?

All medical conditions considered


We'll endeavour to find you cover for any medical condition.

No age limits


Single Trip and Annual Multi-Trip cover for all ages.

Award-winning customer service


Our UK-based contact centre has won the Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award.

Breast cancer frequently asked questions

I have been breast cancer free for more than 5 years. Do I still need to declare my breast cancer?

Our medical declarations do ask about cancer on a lifelong basis, so you would need to declare your breast cancer even if it was a long time ago. However, because of our medically aware team and our expert screening system, we ask all the right questions to reflect your own circumstances, so your policy will take into account how long you have been cancer free. 

Can I get cover if I’m still having ongoing treatment for breast cancer?
Can I get annual travel insurance if I have previously had breast cancer?