The Breast and Cervical Cancer Services program (BCCS) offers clinical breast examinations, mammograms, pelvic examinations, and Pap tests throughout Texas at no or low-cost to eligible women.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among women in Texas. Cervical cancer ranks seventh of the leading cancers diagnosed among Texas women. Surviving breast and cervical cancer depends on how early the cancer is detected. The best method to detect breast or cervical cancer in its early stages is through regular screening.
The Texas BCCS program offers low-income women, ages 18-64, access to screening and diagnostic services for breast and cervical cancer.
To qualify, a woman must be:
High Priority Populations:
Annual Maximum Gross Family Income
Monthly Maximum Gross Family Income
Effective April 1, 2013