Holidays and Travel

sun-webIf you are taking a flight soon you might like to know what the seats will be like on your flight.  There is a website from trip advisor that lets you know in advance.  It’s called, you need to know the airline you are flying with and the type of plane to use the service, but if you want to know where the exits are, where the wings are or if you’ll be near the toilets then this is a good site to visit.

The Macmillan website has information on getting travel insurance when you have had cancer. They also have information on travelling when you have cancer.  Macmillan also has a list of other organisations and companies that can help you (either by providing accommodation, insurance or information).

Cancer Research UK also provides information on travel insurance and teen info on cancer has information on travelling with cancer. Breast Cancer Care produce a fact sheet on travel insurance and have information on flying with a breast prosthesis.

Do you know of any other useful information on travelling after a cancer diagnosis?  If so please leave a comment below.


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