Why I Unmasque

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As part of National Young Adult Cancer Awareness week, we are thrilled to feature committee member Jenna Bragg on today’s blog! Below, Jenna shares what Unmasque Cancer means to her, and why being on this year’s planning committee is so personal.  Three weeks to go until we Unmasque Cancer in Los Angeles! On Saturday, April 29, […]


Meet Unmasque Award honoree: Lana Clay

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This year, at Unmasque Cancer, we will proudly present the first-ever Unmasque Awards! We loved reading all of the nominations and will be featuring the honorees here on our blog in the coming weeks. The story of our first Unmasque Award recipient, who is being honored in the Impact category, is an incredibly meaningful one. Lana Clay was […]

The Samfund 2.0

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All of you may have noticed by now that we have a new look — new logo, new website, new spelling (we’re still getting used to that one). Lots of big changes! While we may have a new image, our core values remain the same: we have been, and always will be, dedicated to helping young adult cancer […]

Next Webinar is all about Getting Covered

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Monday, March 24, 2014 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT #GetCovered: Young Adults and the Affordable Care Act Please join us as we welcome presenter Brendan Bietry, Director of External Relations/Bilingual Case Manager at the Patient Advocate Foundation. This brief session will focus on the new protections and expectations prompted by the Affordable Care Act […]