Wyoming Cancer program expands

The Wyoming Cancer Program, which is part of the Wyoming Department of Health has announced changes to breast, cervical and colorectal screening services.

The program offers financial coverage of breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screenings for eligible Wyoming residents.

Beginning July 1, breast and cervical cancer screening services will expand coverage to include those who are considered underinsured. This includes people who may have insurance but who cannot afford insurance deductibles or other out-of-pocket expenses. The program also has updated the age criteria for colorectal cancer screening coverage to age 50 and older.

Applicants for Wyoming Cancer Program screening services must meet all other eligibility criteria, including age, risk factors and income. Applications are available online at health.wyo.gov/cancer or by calling 800-264-1296.

 

 

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