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Travel insurance

These two fact sheets – travel insurance for women with early breast cancer and travel insurance for women with secondary breast cancer – provide information on the most common questions you might have about obtaining travel insurance after a diagnosis of breast cancer. They are designed to help you decide what questions you should ask about your travel insurance, including what is and is not covered, the definition of pre-existing conditions, and countries where Australian travellers may be covered by another health system (Reciprocal Health Care Agreements).

There is also an additional fact sheet that provides information on the process to follow if you want to make a complaint about your travel insurance.