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Samantha Ames, 25, considers herself lucky. Only a few months before her accident, Ames had been able to get back on her parents’ insurance.

Nearly 40 percent of adults ages 19 to 29 went without health insurance in 2011. But, according to analysis from The Commonwealth Fund, health reform is changing things around for this segment of the population that commonly forgoes medical coverage.

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