DNA Screening for Cancer

Live smarter for yourself and your generations to come.

DNA Screening for Cancer

Live smarter for yourself and your generations to come.

Pharmacogenomics - GENETIC DNA CANCER SCREEN COVERED BY MEDICARE

Medicare Covers Swab cancer testing

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Do you use your Red, white and Blue Insurance card when at the Doctor's office?

Do you have Part B? 

Do I Qualify?

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  • Traditional Medicare
  • (Part B)  Card
  • Personal or Family History Cancer

Do you have a personal or family history of any of these types of cancer?

1.  BREAST                  6.LEUKEMIA

2. OVARIAN                7. PROSTATE

3. COLON                    8. PANCREATIC

4. BLADDER               9. LUNG

5. KIDNEY                  10.ENDOMETRIAL

Very Simple Non Invasive Cheek Swab

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  • 5-7 week turnaround time with a comprehensive report backed by modern research
  • A physician will review your results with you and can provide you with a copy for your primary care physician. 

If you have any of the following, register below to see if you qualify for a DNA cancer testing

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  • Personal History of Breast Cancer diagnosed at/before age 45
  • Personal History of Triple negative breast cancer diagnosed at/before age 60
  • Personal History of Ovarian cancer
  • Personal History of Prostate Cancer with at least one 1st, 2nd or 3rd degree relative diagnosed with either ovarian, pancreatic, breast or prostate cancer
  • Family Cancer History Two or more relatives diagnosed before the age of 60 with any of the above listed cancers 

Recent News Articles

MEDICARE NOW SUPPORTS GENETIC CANCER TESTING


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