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Medical Assistance for Breast or Cervical Cancer (MA-BC)

Medical Assistance for Breast and Cervical Cancer (MA-BC) provides coverage to people enrolled in a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program who need treatment services. This program covers all costs for medical treatment and all other Medical Assistance covered services for as long as you might need treatment. The information on this page does not cover all program rules. To find out if you qualify, you must apply.

Who is eligible for coverage?
To be eligible, you must:

When will my Medical Assistance coverage start?
Medical Assistance coverage may go back three months before the month we get your application.

When will my Medical Assistance coverage end?
Your Medical Assistance coverage will end when your doctor says you no longer need treatment for your cancer.

What will my Medical Assistance health coverage cost?
There is no cost.

How do I apply?
To apply, complete the Application for Breast and Cervical Cancer Coverage (DHS-3525) (PDF) and return it to your tribal or county office.

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