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Heavy Seas Alehouse Pairs 5 Chefs, 1 Mixologist, and 1 Charitable Foundation for a Unique Culinary Experience

Heavy Seas Alehouse Pairs 5 Chefs, 1 Mixologist, and 1 Charitable Foundation for a Unique Culinary Experience Heavy Seas Alehouse to host Guest Chef dinner on June 26, 2013 benefiting The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults BALTIMORE, Maryland – … Continue reading

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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 no family … Continue reading

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Remembering To Look Back

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 case scenario” exhibit, but now it’s the … Continue reading

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You’re not an aluminum girl, you’re an Iron Girl. Fight!

I’ve been fortunate to see so many ladies train for their first Iron Girl through Team Fight over the last several months. It’s made me so proud to watch many of you perfect your stroke, run faster, and get up … Continue reading

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Celebrating 3 Years Cancer Free!

Three years. That’s how long ago it’s been since I had surgery to remove the cancer growing in my body. Today, I celebrate the anniversary of my surgery, thankfully leaving me in remission for the past three years. All that … Continue reading

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Part Of The Team

People usually associate a curse word with the term “intern.” An intern is the office b*tch. I’ve been the intern at UCF for the past month. And I’ve noticed something about this place: not once have I ever felt like … Continue reading

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The Heroes of our Everyday Lives

When I was younger, I would clutch the end of my chair watching Indiana Jones and even tailored my email to have Mario Lemieux’s ice hockey jersey number; my heroes at the time. At the Celebrating Heroes Triathlon, I learned … Continue reading

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What the Affordable Care Act Means for Young Adults

Yesterday was a big day for cancer survivors all across our country – especially young adults.  In case you missed it, the Supreme Court upheld the ruling on the Affordable Care Act.  There was a lot of noise and debate … Continue reading

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Ulman Cancer Fund support group now available to young adult cancer survivors in the DC area

UCF’s presence in the DC area is expanding! Isn’t that exciting?! We have two employees in DC and also have a support group that meets regularly. This past February, the group met for this first time, and since then, the … Continue reading

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Here’s what Brian really does!

5 years ago UCF launched a formal initiative titled “Awareness Through Sport”.  I wanted to share a little of the history behind this initiative as it is now my career!  As and ex-jock, I am extremely thankful of how sport … Continue reading

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