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The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Innovation 2007. “Pioneering insurance underwriting innovation for those affected by cancer”
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The Foreign andCommonwealth Office (FCO) provides travel advice online or if you prefer, telephone them on : 0207 0080 232 or 0207 0080 233. Plan to stay healthy. Discuss your travel plans with your doctor before booking your holiday. You should choose your destination carefully, as you may not be able to have the recommended vaccinations due to your condition. For some, exotic holidays may be inappropriate, check with your doctor. Remember to check the availability of suitable medical facilities at your destination - on some holiday islands you might have to travel to the mainland. If you are currently undergoing treatment make sure to take enough medicines for the whole duration of your trip. Always pack your medication in your hand luggage with an emergency supply in another bag. Make sure that you stick to your medication regime and avoid alcohol if necessary. Take a copy of your current prescription. In some cases it might be helpful to ask your attending doctor for a 'Summary of Diagnosis'  to take with you.  If you are taken ill, this will help your attending doctor. Know about where you are going. If you are carrying medicines with you check to make sure that you do not contravene local regulations. If you are receiving or have recently completed medical treatment avoid strong sunlight and dress appropriately. Make sure that you know how to call home and take your doctor's telephone number with you. Arrange to contact home regularly by Phone and/or Email. Leave photocopies of the following important information with friends or relatives (Tip: also consider leaving copies on line, perhaps in an Email account). Passport and travel documentation. Travel insurance documents. Travel tickets. Itinerary and a way of contacting you such as e-mail. Take enough money for the trip. Consider taking travellers cheques and note the numbers separately Take a valid credit card and check its expiry date (Tip: consider a pre-paid card). Have a return ticket or enough cash to buy one.
Copyright © 2007-2017 Medi TravelCover Ltd Designed & Maintained by: ICT Dynamics Ltd.
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The Foreign andCommonwealth Office (FCO) provides travel advice online or if you prefer, telephone them on : 0207 0080 232 or 0207 0080 233. Plan to stay healthy. Discuss your travel plans with your doctor before booking your holiday. You should choose your destination carefully, as you may not be able to have the recommended vaccinations due to your condition. For some, exotic holidays may be inappropriate, check with your doctor. Remember to check the availability of suitable medical facilities at your destination - on some holiday islands you might have to travel to the mainland. If you are currently undergoing treatment make sure to take enough medicines for the whole duration of your trip. Always pack your medication in your hand luggage with an emergency supply in another bag. Make sure that you stick to your medication regime and avoid alcohol if necessary. Take a copy of your current prescription. In some cases it might be helpful to ask your attending doctor for a 'Summary of Diagnosis'  to take with you.  If you are taken ill, this will help your attending doctor. Know about where you are going. If you are carrying medicines with you check to make sure that you do not contravene local regulations. If you are receiving or have recently completed medical treatment avoid strong sunlight and dress appropriately. Make sure that you know how to call home and take your doctor's telephone number with you. Arrange to contact home regularly by Phone and/or Email. Leave photocopies of the following important information with friends or relatives (Tip: also consider leaving copies on line, perhaps in an Email account) : Passport and travel documentation. Travel insurance documents. Travel tickets. Itinerary and a way of contacting you such as e-mail. Take enough money for the trip. Consider taking travellers cheques and note the numbers separately Take a valid credit card and check its expiry date (Tip: consider a pre-paid card) Have a return ticket or enough cash to buy one.
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise: Innovation 2007. “Pioneering insurance underwriting innovation for those affected by cancer”
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