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Cancer diagnostics and vaccinations will no longer be covered by health insurers

Sometimes if they get medical insurance, Consumers might be required to spend for their colonoscopies, mammograms, and other preventive screenings.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) law forcing insurers to fund screenings was declared illegal on Thursday by US District Judge Reed O’Connor, who was nominated to the bench by President George W. Bush in 2007.

Since March 2010, the Obamacare law has required private medical insurance to pay for these tests. Judge O’Connor has consistently opposed the groundbreaking healthcare reform. He completely overturned the law in 2017. The Supreme Court overturned the decision.

Plaintiffs in the dispute claimed that the necessity to pay for preventative treatment offended their right to freedom of religion. It might be a significant defeat for Joe Biden’s well-known “Cancer Moonshot” strategy, which aims to end the disease by boosting preventive testing efforts and funding better care.

The decision was a success for conservative companies and people who filed a lawsuit in 2020 to contest the requirements.

Obamacare’s supervisor, the US Department of Health and Human Services, would not answer a request for a remark right away.

Lacking insurance, the cost of preventative cancer tests like a colonoscopy can reach $1,500.

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