The exam comprises
This program is intended for grown-up individuals without known or suspected oncological diagnosis or patients without past medical history of oncological diseases.
The program is intended for clients who pay in cash, not within an insurance plan.
The exam comprises:
- First oncologist consultation. The price of the first oncologist consultation amounts to 244 c.u. (1 c.u. = 1 euro at the CB exchange rate valid on the date of the invoice payment. Please note that the price is for individuals ONLY (i.e. for clients who pay in cash, not within an insurance plan));
- Within 3 working days after the consultation a patient receives an email with an individual scope of the check-up;
- A 15% discount is applied to all the services included;
- A patient is given one month to decide about the participation in the program;
The 15% discount will be valid within 2 months;
At the end of the exam a patient receives a free oncologist follow-up consultation and detailed information concerning the results of the testing, all possible risks of cancer development and a follow-up plan.
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