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Healthcare.gov & Whitehouse.gov – March 21th, 2013
The health care law, the Affordable Care Act, is giving young people like Steven Giallourakis, a bass player, pianist and two-time cancer survivor from Cleveland, the tools they need to fight for their health. At the same time, Steven’s mom Angie has peace of mind that her son is getting the care he needs to stay healthy.
Campus Progress – March 21, 2012
Before his coverage on his father’s health care plan was extended by the Affordable Care Act, Giallourakis said, he was given the impossible decision of choosing between taking time off school to recover and staying on his college’s health insurance plan.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services – March 21th, 2013
The new health care law generally allows young adults to maintain their dependent coverage up to age 26 even if they do not live with their parents or if they graduate from school. This policy took effect for insurance plan renewals beginning on September 23, 2010.
The Villager Newspaper Online & Crocker Press – February 6th, 2013
Four hundred (young and old) people were in attendance to support the awareness and fundraising efforts of the Steven G AYA Cancer Research Fund. The event included food, music, dancing, raffles and silent auctions. Over $28,000 was raised…
Westlake Patch – May 9, 2012
Supporters of The Steven G. AYA Research Fund will be on hand to wipe out door jambs, vacuum carpets & mats and polish windows & mirrors after your carwash for a donation.
The SAM Fund
An AYA Cancer Survivor may have an opportunity to participate in a clinical trial at the NIH/NCI (National Institute of Health/National Cancer Institute).
People Against Childhood Cancer (PAC2) – Jan 22, 2011
The Steven G. AYA Cancer Research Fund is hosting its second fundraiser. Donation:$25 includes food/drinks, DJ music, dancing, cornhole, silent auction (art work, sports tickets, vacation sites, gift baskets and more!).