A Comprehensive Cancer Program
Only Cancer Guardian combines the power of genomics with a team of oncology trained specialists and the latest in cancer navigation technology.
Unlike health insurance, Cancer Guardian services require no deductibles, no co-pays, no denials, no waiting, and no additional out-of-pocket expense. It provides services not typically made available or covered by health plans, and you can take advantage of these services from Day 1 of membership.
At any time, you have access to the Cancer Information Line to ask any cancer related questions, concerns, risk-mitigation strategies, or caregiving guidance. If diagnosed with cancer, you are provided with:
Take preventative measures by understanding your genetic risk of cancer with the Hereditary Risk Screening Test. If you are diagnosed with cancer, fully-funded access to Comprehensive Genomic Profiling can help your doctor identify the most effective treatment options.
The cancer journey can be confusing and financially devastating. Cancer Guardian provides white-glove support through:
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