What’s your advice on travelling with neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) and getting travel insurance? In terms of travel, this is actually a very topical subject because it’s not just the ability to travel, which I strongly advise people, I think people should keep doing what they do. You know, keep going to places on holiday, don’t let the condition confine you to the house. You know, it might cause you some difficulties traveling. It might cause you to be uncomfortable for the time that you’re traveling. It might cause you some logistical difficulties over and above what a normal or someone who hasn’t goal your condition would have. And I think, I say to people you mustn’t let that stop you doing things that you want to do. And so, the other aspect to it, which is again a very topical subject is and what people do worry about is if something goes wrong during their travels. So it’s very important that you’ve got health and travel insurance to help you in the event of an issue. Because if you go, and I’m guilty of this as well, I’ve gone on holidays without proper cover because you can’t actually get proper cover because of the condition or you can but for a really top price, you know. And a lot people haven’t got the money they had before because they stopped work for example. And so it all adds up and you start to, you think well I just, I feel okay, i’ll take the risk. And I have done it, I am guilty but I’ve only just this year, after being diagnosed for five years, finally got travel insurance which will cover me for my pre-existing condition. And you know what, that makes me feel quite happy and quite safe and secure, that I can now go where I want and I don’t have that in the back of my mind, you know, interfering and potentially spoiling the enjoyment that you get out of the holiday.