Doug Ulman is the 2010 recipient of the Invisible Disabilities Association Advocacy Honors Award. Doug was chosen because of his national cancer advocacy and for his personal journey as a three time cancer survivor while leading with passion as the President and CEO of the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Doug has given those with cancer and the survivors a voice that is loud and clear, shouting that they are not alone and that they have his full support
Doug is a three-time cancer survivor and nationally recognized cancer advocate. After overcoming chondrosarcoma and malignant melanoma twice during his sophomore year in college, Doug and his family founded the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, a non-profit organization to provide support, education, and resources to young adults, their families and friends who are affected by cancer. He served as Executive Director of the Ulman Cancer Fund for four years before joining LIVESTRONG as director of survivorship in 2001 and eventually, President and CEO.
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