What are the prerequisites for receiving a break?

To qualify for a break, a person must be a “young adult” as defined by GMABFC. Second, the young adult must have had a diagnosis of cancer, but does not have to currently be in active treatment. The applicant can be considered for a break as long as some form of cancer treatment has been received within the past 12 months of the break application date. Lastly, the young adult must have an oncology healthcare professional or social worker submit the break application on his/her behalf.

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