Author Archives: Elizabeth Saylor

About Elizabeth Saylor

Director of Young Adult Patient Navigation

This Thanksgiving I have much to be thankful for…

In case my artistic masterpiece is a bit tough to disipher virtually, I shall translate. HEAD OF TURKEY (The Thumb) The patients and families of  UMGCC, with whom I have laughed, cried, rejoiced, screamed, wondered, and strategized.   You have … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I am taking time in this blog post and the one next week to share information about some of the organizations for which I am thankful.  They make my job easier, and more importantly, … Continue reading

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Andre’s Story, Part 2

About a week out from surgery and I am pleased to report that Andre is doing well.  Recovery has not been without a few bumps…he is still in some significant pain and of course, currently has no teeth.  Pudding and … Continue reading

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Andre’s Story, Part 1

*All young adults and their families featured in Elizabeth’s blog post have consented to share their stories, names and photos In his 32 years on this planet, Andre Coleman has been doing a lot of surviving. Growing up in Baltimore … Continue reading

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An Introduction

Thanks for reading!  I look forward to updating you each week on the wonderfully brave, honest and inspiring young adult patients and families I have come to know here at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Caner Center (UMGCC).  I will … Continue reading

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