That's What Cancer Does – Lyncoln's Story Lyncoln, breast cancer survivor and former Ulman House resident, shares her story about the impact of cancer on her life. Lyncoln, at the end of a long conversation about the hardships of cancer laments,
“Cancer doesn’t end when you ring the bell" Julia Williams, Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Survivor It's #AYApril, a month-long look into adolescent and young adult cancer. Today, we're putting a spotlight on Julia's story and her experience facing cancer as a young adult.
"I'm Here to Fill in All the Gaps" – A Look into Oncology Social Work with Megan Cannone, LCSW-C, OSW-C, OPN-CG, Devon Ciampa, MSW, LMSW, and Michelle Martinez, LCSW-C Ulman Patient Navigator, Devon Ciampa, MSW, LMSW, with Ulman House Resident. Ulman Patient Navigators
"Cancer to 5K Gave Me a Reason to Get Back Out There and Exercise" A Cancer to 5K Participant Interview with Mindy and Aundreana Ulman’s Cancer to 5K provides a community of support for cancer survivors through a free 12-week training program. Survivor participants
Three Lessons in Nonprofit Branding (With Examples!) Article by Rachel Clepper for Neon One Your nonprofit branding is a huge part of your overall success. And no, we don’t just mean your logo. Many nonprofits don’t think they can invest the
Anything but Routine: Fertility Preservation Story of Hope Article by Conquer Magazine Additional Shock One such conversation is about infertility and fertility preservation. Many patients with cancer have no idea that their cancer treatment may cause temporary or permanent infertility. To
Introducing the Ato Project Living well with cancer - really living well at all - is an art in itself. Like the creation of art, it requires trial and error, mixing and dabbling, vulnerability, getting comfortable with “shades of grey”, and embracing