NEW YORK, New York — Mammograms are a necessary procedure for all women, but they're even more invaluable for breast cancer survivors.
Roseann Neill was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 and eventually beat it. But the 52-year-old mom says her fighting hasn't stopped since. Now she's battling her insurance company.
Last year, she switched jobs and went in for a mammogram. She eventually got a bill for over $900. And her insurance company, Aetna, would not cover it.
You can read Anna Werner's full story and the latest part of her Medical Price Roulette Series here.
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