Is it illegal for licensed insurance agents to process cancer screening test?

Jan 28, 2019

  1. AmberBurd
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    Maybe some want to know if they are pre-dispositioned via there Family Genetic Cancer genes (also for their kids) & if so they might want to change their lifestyle, eating habits, loose weight......... so maybe they can possibly delay or prevent it from happening.
     
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    YOU must be NEW to be saying such a thing? Point fingers. I normally do not brag, BUT in this case. Do you have 1K clients on the books like I do? With lifetime renewals??? Wow looks like I'm NEW alright, Your a Hater you must be a Demo.
     
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    goillini52 MAGA...Eat More Bacon & BUILD THAT WALL!!!

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    Damned Dems!!! So, turns out that myinsurebiz is not only an AssHole...he's also a low down dirty rotten Dem. :mad:
     
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    Are you currently working with women or women's groups in some way to promote awareness of breast and ovarian cancers and possible preventive actions?

    Are you a qualified and trained genetic counselor capable of knowing whether a person will receive greater benefit from blood or saliva genetic testing?
     
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    Some agents break every rule in the book and walk away. Legal and illegal dont mean much in this business!
     
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    Its the Doctors decision to determine and to make a plan with their patients
     
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    Bahahahaha - sure you do. What's your name - we can get that braggadocios statement verified.

    Also - No such thing as lifetime renewals in this biz . . .


    p.s. - meant "newb" to the forum.

    p.p.s. - you may need to change it out and get a Snickers Bar.
     
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    *hick hasn't a clue. Moments like these I miss ole *ick . . .
     
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    Oh so I guess your not in the Medicare Supp. nor MAPD biz. As long as the client stays in the plan YES lifetime renewals, you must just sell final EX. No client would ever give business to a person like you with your contentious attitude, no wonder you would't get life time renewals they will dump your A$% & find another agent!!!!!!!!
     
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    OK.. Now you have answered my question by what you mean when you say prevent.. However, if it is a genetic condition, a lifestyle change will not affect it. Even though a lifestyle change can affect the occurrence of cancer that are caused by things like smoking (such as I had), it will not alter a genetic abnormality. The only thing the genetic testing at this time can possibly do to help is to alert the doctor to be alert to the possibility of a certain cancer so that possibly they could catch it early and before it metastasized.. Once a cancer has occurred, genetic testing can help in developing a targeted treatment. Wonderful things are being done with immunotherapy.
     
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