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Considering Alternatives

Considering Alternatives Contributed by Meghan Fitzgibbons, UCF Navigator The assertion that marijuana’s active components, cannabinoids, alleviate some of the symptoms of cancer and chemotherapy is not a new one. The American Cancer Society relays that “marijuana is promoted to alleviate pain,

Governor Hogan Signs Legislation Making Fertility Preservation Affordable for Young Adult Cancer Patients

Governor Hogan Signs Legislation Making Fertility Preservation Affordable for Young Adult Cancer Patients The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults spearheads passing of bill that will preserve the possibility of family for thousands of Marylanders BALTIMORE – May 15, 2018 – The Ulman

A Dash of Destiny

A Dash of Destiny An interview with Adam Van Bavel Name: Adam Van Bavel Age: 38 Occupation: New Business Development Manager Give us a little background on your life and who you are (hobbies, professional life, etc.)   I was born and raised in

Amanda’s Story

Amanda's Story I was 23 when my life changed forever. I know this isn’t a groundbreaking statement – lots of people graduate, get a new job, get married, or do other life-changing things at 23. I got cancer. I had graduated from the University

Josh’s Story

Josh's Story Josh Minton thought he was invincible. A 27-year-old Army Captain in peak physical condition, Josh had already been through what he thought would be the biggest challenges of his life – four years at West Point and a tour of duty in Afghanistan

MJ’s Story

MJ's Story Meet the newest member of UCF’s Body of Young Adult Advisors (BOYAA): Marissa Hayes, also known as MJ.  Through her BOYAA service, MJ is poised to be the epitome of one of our organizational pillars: giving and getting support. Coming to BOYAA as