Many Health Plans Avoid Paying For Prostate Cancer Genetic Tests.


Insurers point to what they believe to be a paucity of solid evidence that the bevy of tests are useful for making treatment decisions. Also, if they wait a few years, then it's Medicare's problem. Meanwhile, men with prostate cancer must pay about $3,000 out of pocket for genetic tests. 


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