132 Young Adults To Begin Annual Cross Country Ride and Run 4K for Cancer Program Gives Young Adults the Opportunity to Fight for Local Communities in the Battle Against Cancer Baltimore, Maryland – May 31, 2013 – The 12th annual 4K
Celebrating Life on National Cancer Survivors Day Sam will celebrate nearly 10 years as a cancer survivor on June 2nd! I’m Samantha, a twenty three year old cancer survivor completing a Year of Service at the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young
Ulman Cancer Fund Named Beneficiary of Headers for Hope Soccer Showcase We are excited to announce that Headers for Hope and the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (UCF) are partnering for the Headers for Hope 2013 Women’s Soccer Showcase. Participating collegiate teams
Survivor, I thought, that was going to be me My first interaction with The Ulman Cancer Fund (UCF) was not as a survivor but as a supporter. I found out about UCF when I signed up for its inaugural Half Full Triathlon in 2010.
A Half Full Proposal I’m Loren Bazualdo, and I raced in the Rev3 Half Full 70.0 triathlon benefiting the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults the weekend of, October 7th, 2012. It was an incredible journey leading up to, during, and especially after the race.
Why Mike is Half Full Hello, my name is Mike Compson and I am a cancer survivor. In January of 2008 I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and presented with a number of different options to treat the cancer. After being very scared
Why Deanne is Half Full The week of Half Full will be 5 years since I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Soon after being diagnosed with thyroid cancer in Oct 2007, I signed up for my first triathlon that I completed in June
Why Meg is Half Full In January 2010, I heard the words no one ever wants to hear from her doctor. I’d been diagnosed with a rare form of cervical cancer called adenocarcinoma. I had no symptoms, no previous abnormal test results and
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Remembering To Look Back Samantha Powell, UCF Year of Service Fellow I had always thought of the scar on my chest as my scarlet letter. The scar that was once site of such a bad port infection that doctors used me as their “worst