Wis. considers bill to cover colon cancer screenings

08/23/2009 | La Crosse Tribune (Wis.)

The Wisconsin Senate is considering legislation to require health insurance companies to cover colorectal cancer screenings for people beginning at age 50, or earlier for those at high risk or who have a family history of the disease. Twenty-five other states have passed similar laws, and bipartisan support is expected in the Wisconsin Legislature for this bill.

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