Insurance Companies Currently Participating:*
- Medicare Part B
- United Health Care Medicare PPO
- AARP Medicare Complete (HMO)
- United Health Care Medicare Solutions PPO
- Care Improvement Plus PPO
- Wellmed (HMO)
- Cigna Health Springs PPO
- Humana Medicare PPO
- Aetna Medicare PPO
Will Taking A Genetic Cancer Test Raise My Insurance Rates?
Some patients are concerned about their genetic tests being included in their medical history files. Insurance companies use these files to assess pre-existing issues. NO GENETIC TEST RESULTS are to be reported to Medicare or private insurance companies. The results are only shared with your chosen doctor!
Did you know...
Finding and treating cancer at an early stage can save lives. Cancer that’s diagnosed at an early stage, when it isn’t too large and hasn’t spread, is more likely to be treated successfully. If cancer spreads, effective treatment becomes more difficult, and generally a person’s chances of surviving are much lower.
About 1 in 3 people in the United States will develop cancer during their lifetime, so it’s not uncommon to have many cancers in a family.
About 5% to 10% of all cancers are linked to genes that are inherited from parents.