Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Illinois Public Aid Code. Subject to appropriation, provides for Medicaid eligibility for uninsured persons who are not otherwise eligible for medical assistance who have been certified and referred by the Department of Public Health as having been screened and found to need diagnostic evaluation or treatment, or both, for prostate or testicular cancer. Provides for eligibility for so long as the person needs treatment for the cancer. Provides that a person shall be considered to need treatment if, in the opinion of the person's treating physician, the person requires therapy directed toward cure or palliation of prostate or testicular cancer, including recurrent metastatic cancer that is a known or presumed complication of prostate or testicular cancer and complications resulting from the treatment modalities themselves; provides that persons who require only routine monitoring services are not considered to need treatment. Provides that the Department of Healthcare and Family Services (i) does not have a claim against the estate of a deceased recipient of services under these provisions and (ii) does not have a lien against any homestead property or other legal or equitable real property interest owned by a recipient of services under these provisions.