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Finding my cancer tribe.

Finding My Cancer Tribe. by Amanda Kesler, Hodgkins Lymphoma Survivor I’ve described being diagnosed with cancer similar to being on a rollercoaster at an amusement park. When you’re slowly climbing your way up the first set of tracks, and you hear the

Emily’s Story

Emily's Story by Emily D, Germinoma Survivor & Ulman House Resident You never would imagine to hear the words of being diagnosed with a brain tumor, but that was the day I felt like I finally found relief. An answer was all

Finding My Voice

FINDING MY VOICE by Brittany Avin Thyroid Cancer Survivor Most of us take for granted our voices. We use it every day- to talk to loved ones, order a Starbucks coffee, or secure a business deal at work. As a bubbly teenager,

Holiday Spirit

HOLIDAYS WITH ULMAN During the holiday season Ulman Foundation identifies families impacted by cancer to be adopted for our annual gift drive. We're sharing some of the magical moments created thanks to the incredible members of our community. Families Adopted "We are

I Felt Like An Outcast

I FELT LIKE AN OUTCAST by Lauren Lastauskas Cervical Cancer Survivor I was less than a year away from graduating college when my world was turn upside down. Three weeks after turning 23, I was diagnosed with cervical cancer on January 4th, 2016.