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Is genetic testing for triple negative breast cancer covered by insurance?

Generally, yes. The National Comprehensive Cancer Network has recently revised their guidelines for BRCA genetic testing to include individuals who are diagnosed with a triple negative breast cancer under the age of 60. Many insurance providers have adopted these guidelines into their criteria for coverage.

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Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Beyond a breast exam or mammogram, there are various tests and methods for doctors to diagnose and track progress of breast cancer. The process involves imaging and lab tests, including ultrasounds, MRIs, a breast biopsy and even ...

bones scans to locate tumors and stage the cancer. A medical oncologist or breast surgeon help explain a breast cancer diagnosis and provide treatment options. Learn more about diagnosing breast cancer with expert advice from Sharecare.
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