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Yalies Target Young Adults For Health Coverage, As Deadline Nears

by Magaly Olivero | Mar 12, 2014 12:40pm
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Posted to: Health Care, New Haven

A unique campaign spearheaded by Yale School of Medicine students to encourage uninsured young adults to sign up for health coverage by the federal March 31 deadline has galvanized student groups across Connecticut and the country.

The Students for a Better Healthcare System (SBHS) campaign has reached more than 600 residents of all ages and health care providers through dozens of presentations at schools, churches, physician practices, medical clinics and other greater New Haven sites. The University of Connecticut School of Medicine has joined the effort to reach Hartford area residents and 33 schools nationwide have expressed interest in bringing the campaign to their local communities.

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posted by: JamesBronsdon | March 12, 2014  1:46pm

Physician-assisted suicide?