New Genetic Cancer Screening Now Covered By Medicare
Is cancer in your genes? New DNA screening test could save your life.
This year, nearly 1.7 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer.
Most find out through tests involving needles, biopsies and pathology, but few people know that Medicare now covers new genetic cancer screening at little or no out-of-pocket cost.
This genetic screening allows your DNA to be analyzed to help determine your cancer risk and match you with your best options for preventing and treating illness.
Since the program was launched, over 10,000 people have claimed their test kits through The Health Awareness Project, a brand owned and operated by AmeriHealth, a CLIA-certified laboratory and leading provider of genetic cancer screening in the U.S.
How it works
The process is simple:
Step 1 — Click below to see if you qualify for Medicare-covered genetic screening:
Step 2 — Health Awareness Project will reach out to your Primary Care Physician so he/she can order you a screening kit. It’s a simple, non-invasive cheek swab that takes about 30 seconds to do.
Step 3 — Receive your screening results in a few weeks.
The Health Awareness Project coordinates everything directly with your doctor and works with Medicare so there is little to no out-of-pocket cost to you. The entire process is made simple and your medical information is kept confidential.
Here’s to your health!
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