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  • “When You’re Diagnosed During College” SAMFund Webinar, 8/27

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    Join The SAMFund on Thursday, August 27 at 3pm EST for our webinar “Creating an Academic Plan: When You’re Diagnosed During College.”  Register here. As millions of college students head back to campus this week, a subset has to deal with the logistics of studying while undergoing cancer [...]

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  • “Don’t Drown in Medical Debt” – free SAMFund Webinar TODAY!

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    Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) survivors often need redefine, postpone, or miss out on many of the typical young adult life experiences – things like going to college, starting a family, or building a career. Similarly, AYA survivors encounter issues unique to facing cancer that [...]

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  • What the King v. Burwell Decision Means to You

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    “People receiving subsidies make up 87% of those who have signed up for coverage for 2015 in states using the federal marketplace. For the vast majority of them, coverage would be unaffordable without the subsidies.” – The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Last week, millions of Americans breathed [...]

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  • Post-ASCO Reflections from a First-Timer

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    For years, colleagues, friends and relatives have been telling me that I should take the trip to the annual ASCO (American Society for Clinical Oncology) meeting.  Finally, on May 29th, 2015, I flew to Chicago ready to network, see old friends (including some of the docs [...]

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  • Reflections on #CancerFilm

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    Cancer: The Emperor of all Maladies: What Ken Burns’ #CancerFilm Brought to Light “Getting cancer is one of the worst economic things that can happen to you in the U.S.” – Peter Bach, MD Last week, the cancer community took to social media in droves as [...]

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