Hey Bud: A Letter to My Brother Hey bud, I can’t believe it’s been almost six years since we last spoke, watched Jeopardy together, or laughed at farts. No matter how much time has passed, it seems like it’s been days
Notes from a Navigator with Devon Ciampa, MSW, LMSW Devon Ciampa is the Ulman Patient Navigator at the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center. Join us as we sit down with her for a conversation about how her work has looked differently through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Never Doubt Yourself By: Matt Ode Stage 3 Testicular Cancer Survivor: Using my story of adversity to help you overcome life’s most difficult challenges and discover your purpose in life. March 17 – August 6, 2016: This journey all started on Saint Patrick’s
Jenn's Journey By Jennifer, Point to Point 2019 Alumni Hi, my name is Jennifer. I am 33 years old and a wife and mother of 2 wild boys, ages 3 and 7. In 2015, just four days before Christmas, I was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma.
COVID-19 & Cancer: A Dangerous Duo Photo by Tai's Captures on Unsplash As if living with cancer and its side-effects wasn’t tough enough already, COVID-19 making itself comfortable in the U.S. has made cancer patients far more uncomfortable. Ulman’s Patient Navigators have shared these collective observations and reflections from
A Message to the Ulman Community A note from Brock on this new way of living with COVID-19. Dear Ulman Community - As we settle into this new way of living with COVID-19 - more consciously, carefully, and physically distant than ever
Finding New Ways to Give A Yellow Door Corps Spotlight Meet Meghan Rodgers, volunteer leader of the National Collegiate Cancer Foundation, Chief Marketing Officer of Strayer University’s Jack Welch Management Institute, Ulman Foundation Board Member, and Yellow Door Corps member! Meghan’s connection with
Ulman House: A Magnificent Lighthouse By Julia, Ulman House Resident The first time you hear those three spectacularly awful words, a thousand questions pop into your mind. The doctor says, “You have cancer,” and suddenly the way forward is a misty forest
A Tribute to Cristal by Sophia Garber, 4K for Cancer Team San Francisco 2017 The first time I met Cristal was in a small room as we sat around a circle and I heard why she was embarking on this cross country
Ulman House Year In Review Residential Recap In our first ten months of operations at Ulman House, we have welcomed guests from 30 miles away to 4,200. Young adults living with rare cancers and more common ones. Caregivers standing by their spouses, children,