People On The Move


December 09, 2005

Yetso helping develop anti-cancer agenda

Brock Yetso of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults was one of 25 experts selected to travel to Austin, Texas, last week to help develop a national agenda to address cancers that affect adolescents and young adults.

The National Cancer Institute, in collaboration with the Lance Armstrong Foundation, has established an Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Progress Review Group to develop the agenda.

The group will examine the National Cancer Institute's research on these cancers and identify scientific priorities and resources needed to make progress toward their management and cure.

Yetso, a native of Columbia, is executive director of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. The organization was created in 1997 by Doug Ulman, a classmate of Yetso's at Centennial High School, and the Ulman family.

Mahoney joins Columbia law firm

Tora A. Mahoney, has joined Business Technology Law Group in Columbia. She was an attorney with Hudson Global Resources in Washington.

Mahoney has a law degree with a concentration in estate planning from the University of Baltimore School of Law. She holds a master of business administration degree from Mount Saint Mary's College in Emmitsburg and a bachelor's degree from Hood College in Frederick.

Long & Foster honors Northrop

Ona Beares, manager of the Clarksville-River Hill Long & Foster office, has announced that Creig Northrop was top producer, lister, seller and the agent with the most new listings in October.

His sales volume was $37,028,381.

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