Hi Captain Australia and others - any help would be appreciated please. My 85 year old mother (in NZ) has been diagnosed with secondary bone cancer (6 weeks ago). No primary yet identified and no proposed treatment plan yet from the oncologist, however she's been told she has months to live, rather than years. She's stable at the moment and hasn't been hospitalised for this condition at all yet I'm planning a 2 week trip to Thailand in early June, and there's a small chance I (and my travelling partner) might have to cancel if my mother's condition deterioriates quickly. I've looked at a few travel insurance policies, and while there is cover for 'pre-existing conditions' the catch seems to be whether or not hospitalisation/death can be 'foreseen'. Do you have any advice to offer on this and/or are you aware of any insurers who may not view this eventualaity as as being forseeable? Thanks very much Nicki
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