In some states, the program will cover both evaluation and treatment, (it did mine),in
others, it will not. Also, due to passage of the BREAST
AND CERVICAL CANCER
PREVENTION AND TREATMENT ACT OF 2000, women who would not previously have been eligible for Medicaid assistance, in other words, women not on welfare...working women, too, without resources are granted what is called presumptive eligibility, which means that you don't have to go through all the red tape to be granted Medicaid.