Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Federal Government shutdown’s impact on people with cancer

On Tuesday, October 1, the federal government began a partial shutdown after Congress became gridlocked over funding for the government and its activities for the new budget year (which started that day). As we noted then, the shutdown does not … Continue reading

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Reflections from a friend of the Young Leadership Council

I remember every little detail of that cool and crisp October morning—what I was eating, what I was wearing when my mom broke the news.  She had gone in for a routine check-up and the doctor noticed something on her … Continue reading

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Meet Broadway star and Cancer Support Community supporter, Lindsay Mendez

What if you had the chance to get up close and personal with Broadway star Lindsay Mendez? On Monday, October 7th, the singing sensation from Wicked will be performing a private concert in Philadelphia to benefit the Cancer Support Community, … Continue reading

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Health insurance marketplaces open for business

As we have discussed, today is the day that the Health Insurance Marketplaces open so that consumers can compare plans and shop for affordable insurance coverage. The Marketplaces will make health insurance coverage available to the 48 million Americans who are … Continue reading

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