Gary Jobson Endowment
The Gary Jobson Endowment is dedicated to funding innovative treatment therapies for non-Hodkins lymphoma. Over the course of the last five years, Gary Jobson has been diagnosed, treated and ultimately, beaten cancer. Gary was treated for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma at the University of Maryland’s Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center (UMGCC). Give to the Jobson Endowment Now
Gary's Patient Success Story
Gary underwent a peripheral blood stem cell transplant and is now cancer free. He credits this inventive treatment and the care of Dr. Rapoport with saving his life. Read Gary's Story
About Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
The Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma statistics are frightening:
- 5th most common cancer among both males and females in the United States.
- More than 71,000 Americans will be diagnosed this year.
- Over 18,000 will lose their battle with the disease this year.
Thankfully, Gary’s story had a happy ending, but he is keenly aware that others are not always as fortunate. This is what has compelled him to begin a $2,500,000 fundraising campaign to support Dr. Rapoport’s work.
We hope that after reading Gary's story, you too will feel compelled to get involved. Your efforts in helping us reach our fundraising goals will have a palpable impact in Dr. Rapoport’s work and will result in more lives saved.