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10.14.05.00.htm 10.14.05.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 14 CANCER CONTROL Chapter 05 Maryland Cancer Fund Authority: Health-General Article, §20-117; Tax-General Article, §2-112; Annotated Code of Maryland
10.14.05.01.htm 10.14.05.01. 01 Purpose and Scope.. This chapter:. A. Defines the Maryland Cancer Fund;. B. Describes how contributions may be made to the Maryland Cancer Fund;. C. Sets forth the responsibilities of the Maryland Department of Health and the Comptroller with respect to the Maryland Cancer Fund;D. Identifies eligible applicants; and. E. Outlines the grant application process for the Maryland Cancer Fund..
10.14.05.02.htm 10.14.05.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Annual family income" means the total amount received per year from all sources before taxes are withheld.2) "Applicant" means a person who has applied to receive a grant under the Maryland Cancer Fund.. 3) "Applied research" means research that is undertaken to determine:. a) Possible uses for the findings of basic research; or.
10.14.05.03.htm 10.14.05.03. 03 Maryland Cancer Fund.. A. The Maryland Cancer Fund is a nonlapsing, special fund created by Health-General Article, §20-117, Annotated Code of Maryland, for cancer research, prevention, and treatment, which is generated from:1) Contributions from the income tax checkoff system under Tax-General Article, §2-112, Annotated Code of Maryland; and2) Any other donations to the Fund.. B. The Department may only expend funds:. 1) In accordance with an appropriation approved by
10.14.05.04.htm 10.14.05.04. 04 Contributions to the Maryland Cancer Fund.. An individual or each spouse in the case of a joint income tax return may contribute an amount to the Fund by:A. Deducting the amount of the contribution from any refund due under a tax return; or. B. Adding the amount of the contribution to the income tax to be paid with a tax return..
10.14.05.05.htm 10.14.05.05. 05 Responsibilities of the Department.. The Department:. A. Shall administer the Fund;. B. May not spend more than 5 percent of the proceeds received from the Comptroller for the Fund to promote further donations to the Fund; andC. Shall provide a grant in each fiscal year to persons to conduct one or more of the following cancer-related activities:1) Research;. 2) Primary prevention;. 3) Secondary prevention; or. 4) Treatment..
10.14.05.06.htm 10.14.05.06. 06 Responsibilities of the Comptroller.. The Comptroller shall:. A. Include in the individual income tax return form:. 1) A checkoff designated as the Maryland Cancer Fund contribution; and. 2) A description that the Fund may only be used for cancer:. a) Research;. b) Primary prevention;. c) Secondary prevention; or. d) Treatment;. B. Collect the checkoff contributions and other donations and account to the Treasurer for the money collected;C. Distribute the amount
10.14.05.07.htm 10.14.05.07. 07 Persons Eligible For Grants.. A. Subject to any limitations imposed under §B of this regulation, the following persons are eligible to receive a grant from the Department for cancer research, primary prevention, secondary prevention, or treatment:1) Physicians;. 2) Hospitals;. 3) Laboratories;. 4) Educational institutions;. 5) Local health departments;. 6) Governmental entities; and. 7) Another person or organization with expertise in cancer research, primar
10.14.05.08.htm 10.14.05.08. 08 Allowable Uses of the Funds.. A. A grantee that is funded to conduct cancer research by the Fund may use the grant funds:. 1) For basic, clinical, translational, applied, or community-based participatory research;. 2) To support:. a) The individuals engaged in the research; and. b) The individual's support staff; and. 3) To purchase office supplies.. B. A grantee that is funded to conduct cancer primary prevention or secondary prevention by the Fund may use the grant funds for:
10.14.05.09.htm 10.14.05.09. 09 Unallowable Uses of Grant Funds.. A grantee may not use grant funds from the Fund to pay for:. A. Major medical equipment purchases;. B. Renovations;. C. Capital expenditures; or. D. Cancer prevention or cancer treatment that would be provided by an individual's existing health insurance, including:1) Medical Assistance;. 2) Medicare; or. 3) Private health insurance..
10.14.05.10.htm 10.14.05.10. 10 Grant Application.. A. A person may obtain an application packet from the CCPC for a cancer:. 1) Research grant;. 2) Primary prevention grant;. 3) Secondary prevention grant; or. 4) Treatment grant.. B. An applicant may:. 1) Apply for one or more grants in any fiscal year; and. 2) Combine multiple requests for cancer research, primary prevention, or secondary prevention grants within a single application, provided that the information required for separate grant applications
10.14.05.11.htm 10.14.05.11. 11 Application Process for Cancer Research Grants.. An applicant for a cancer research grant shall:. A. Submit a completed application to the CCPC by the due date listed in the application packet; and. B. Include in the application packet the following information as specified in the Department’s application packet:1) An executive summary stating:. a) How the grant funds will be used;. b) What institutions and other persons will be involved in the research;.
10.14.05.12.htm 10.14.05.12. 12 Application Process for Cancer Primary Prevention Grants.. An applicant for a cancer primary prevention grant shall:. A. Submit a completed application to the CCPC by the due date listed in the application packet; and. B. Include in the application packet the following information, as specified in the Department's application packet:1) An executive summary describing:. a) How the grant funds will be used;. b) What persons will be involved in the grant activities;.
10.14.05.13.htm 10.14.05.13. 13 Application Process for Cancer Secondary Prevention Grants.. An applicant for a cancer secondary prevention grant shall:. A. Submit a completed application to the CCPC by the due date stated in the application packet; and. B. Include in the application packet the following information, as specified in the Department's application packet:1) An executive summary describing:. a) How the grant funds will be used;. b) What persons will be involved in the application;.
10.14.05.14.htm 10.14.05.14. 14 Application Process for Cancer Treatment Grants.. A. An applicant for a cancer treatment grant shall submit a completed application to the CCPC.. B. Cancer treatment grants are open and continuous throughout the year to the extent that funding is available.C. An applicant seeking a cancer treatment grant to pay for cancer treatment costs shall include in the Department's application packet:1) A completed cancer treatment grant application for each individual for w
10.14.05.15.htm 10.14.05.15. 15 Grant Application Review and Approval and Grant Extensions.. A. Each fiscal year the CCPC shall determine:. 1) The amount of money available for grants under the Maryland Cancer Fund;. 2) The allocation of funding for cancer:. i) Research;. ii) Primary prevention;. iii) Secondary prevention; and. iv) Treatment; and. 3) The maximum grant award amount for each type of grant.. B. Each year the Department shall consider for award, funding for one or more of the following types
10.14.05.16.htm 10.14.05.16. 16 Payments, Terms and Conditions of Grant Awards, and Terminations.. A. Payments Under the Grant.. 1) The Department may not make more than monthly payments during the grant period to a person awarded a grant under this chapter.2) Before the first payment under the grant, at the request of the person awarded the grant under this chapter, the Department may approve an advanced payment for the grant based on financial need, if a request for advanced payment was specified in t
10.14.05.9999.htm 10.14.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―16 adopted as an emergency provision effective June 1, 2006 (33:15 Md. R. 1274) adopted permanently effective October 9, 2006 (33:20 Md. R. 1616)Regulation .02B amended as an emergency provision effective June 12, 2008 (35:14 Md. R. 1243) amended permanently effective October 20, 2008 (35:21 Md. R. 1824)Regulation .02B amended as an emergency provision effective December 22, 2008 (36:2 Md. R. 97) amend
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