All types of Medicare plans provide coverage for treatment and services relating to cancer care, including testicular. Out-of-pocket expenses usually apply.
Both original Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans have benefits that can help those with testicular cancer.
A person may still have to pay some out-of-pocket expenses, including deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance.
This article discusses the different types of testicular cancer, the most common treatments for the disease, and details of the benefits that Medicare provides.
We may use a few terms in this piece that can be helpful to understand when selecting the best insurance plan:
- Deductible: This is an annual amount that a person must spend out of pocket within a certain time period before an insurer starts to fund their treatments.
- Coinsurance: This is a percentage of a treatment cost that a person will need to self-fund. For Medicare Part B, this comes to 20%.
- Copayment: This