Does anyone knows if the g68-psma is covered by Insurace. I have a very good plan through my wife’s company and not sure if it’s covered.
I would appreciate your experience with this
I hate to write this, but G68-PSMA is almost meaningless. Let me explain:
The idea is to target PSMA which is expressed by prostate cancer cells. This is done with a ligand that recognizes (selectively binds to) PSMA. Several ligands are being tried. So one has to be specific. In turn, the ligand is attached to a radio isotope (Ga-68), so that it can be visualized by a PET scan.