What is BSURE?
BSURE is the first and currently the only definitive blood test to objectively diagnose Immune Deficiency Diseases, such as Fibromyalgia. It is the result of award-winning research and independent clinical studies performed at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
How does it identify Immune Deficiency Disease?
Patients with Immune Deficiency Disease have been shown to have an irregular pattern of chemokine and cytokine protein production in their immune systems. BSURE analyzes these patterns in the immune system’s white blood cells.
Who can get the test?
If you suffer from Immune Deficiency Disease symptoms and your healthcare provider authorizes the blood test, you qualify. There is no age limitation. We now offer testing of patients from the U.S., Canada, Europe, Turkey, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand. Download the doctor authorization form here.
Is BSURE covered by Insurance?
Yes, it is covered by Medicare and most major insurance companies. We will, at no cost and with no obligation, contact your insurance company’s billing department to confirm your coverage before you have the test.
Can I still get the test if my insurance won't cover it?
Yes. The cost of the test is $1,080, including the test kit we will send you, the blood draw, and
the return are included in the price. There are no other charges. Payment plans are available.
How do I apply for BSURE?
Start by completing the BSURE Application Form. It takes just a few minutes. Also download the healthcare provider authorization form and give it to your doctor to complete and return to us. If you need help finding a provider to order the test for you, please contact us at 310-444-1210. There is no cost or obligation.
How and where do I get the blood test?
Our medical staff will review your information and, upon approval, we will send you a BSURE Test kit via FedEx. We will also arrange for your blood to be drawn at a Quest lab at a time and location convenient for you at no cost. The procedure is simple and requires less than one ounce of blood. Your blood specimen will be overnighted to our CLIA-licensed and CAP-accredited laboratory in Los Angeles for analysis.
How long does the process take?
You’ll get an email to let you know that we’ve received your application. We’ll review your information and confirm your insurance coverage, which normally takes about 7 days. Following your blood draw, you can expect your results in about 10 days. Results will be mailed to you and to the doctor who ordered your test. (Due to HIPAA requirements, results cannot be emailed.)
What else should I know?
After you apply online, you will receive a call from a lab professional to answer your questions and help you prepare for the BSURE Test. For example, we’ll let you know if you should speak with your doctors about temporarily stopping any medications that may affect your BSURE Test results before your blood draw.