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Trip Insurance recommendations

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Re. my upcoming trip to Turkey and Greece in less than a month, I'd like some recommendations for trip insurance. I've got very little money invested to date; my flights (Denver to Istanbul and return from Athens) were booked using mileage, so only taxes and fees have been paid, my hotel in Istanbul and car rental in Izmir are reserved with a credit card, so no financial outlay yet, and my flight from Istanbul to Izmir is already paid, but not very expensive. From Izmir, the rest of the trip (total 7 weeks) is free-lance (no reservations anywhere), so obviously no money up front. Therefore, I basically need insurance for medical emergencies only (besides, it's been too long since I made my other reservations for them to be covered by any insurance I purchase now).
I'd appreciate any recommendations for trustworthy companies with reasonable rates.

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