Cancer Screening Investigated


Marlene usually ignores the constant barrage of phone calls she receives from telemarketers, but a recent call caught her attention because it was convincing. The caller said that Medicare and her primary insurance would pay for a cancer test. She became suspicious when more phone calls came along with the test kit. The Indiana Senior Medicare Patrol director said that this a relatively new scam. Read a story from WTHR.



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