Katie Strumpf
"Helping kids with cancer.......a cancer survivor's story"  
The Promise Circle
I joined The Promise Circle to help raise awareness of pediatric cancer, and brighten the lives of young cancer patients.
Cancer Adventures, Marlys Johnson - 08/03/2007
My story about my battle with cancer and my book are featured in Cancer Adventures by Marlys Johnson.
Starry Smiles, JVibe - 11/03/2008
One of our Starlight MidAtlantic kids that participates in the Great Escapes program interviewed me for an article for the magazine, JVibe (a Jewish literary mag).
Cancer Corner Live
On Tuesday, October 7th I was on the Cancer Corner radio show with Bob Grayson, a fellow cancer survivor. I spoke for about an hour and a half about my book, and battle with cancer. - Click Here To Listen!
The Stupid Cancer Show
Hosted by i[2]y Founder, Matthew Zachary, The Stupid Cancer Show is the first live, interactive social webcast giving voice to more than 1 million young adults affected by cancer. The radio show is live and online tonight at 9:15 p.m. - Click Here To Listen!
The Winchester Star: Cancer survivor: "Camp crafted my positive attitude"
I was interviewed for an article for the Winchester Star about Camp Fantastic and the organization Special Love, and how they served as a catalyst for my book.
LiveStrong Day at Children's National Medical Center in Washington
I did a reading of my book at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. on 4-Yellow (Hematology/Oncology floor) in honor of LiveStrong day. This was a truly a "coming full circle" experience for me, as I was treated at 4-Yellow. I hope that the reading helped the kids and parents of 4-Yellow, and I was honored to get the opportunity to share my story with them.
Fundraiser - 08/03/2007
I am attending a fundraiser for the organization I'm Too Young For This, a nonprofit for people 15-40 with cancer. Five of my books will be auctioned off, for more information please view http://imtooyoungforthis.org/events/adamthomas/
Children's Inn at NIH - 06/2007
I did a reading of my book at the Children's Inn at NIH for the patients and their families. It was a great experience, and I enjoyed hearing all the stories that the patients, families and staff had to offer.
Children's Inn - 05/30/2007
I did a reading of my book at the Children's Inn at NIH for the patients and their families. It was a great experience, and I enjoyed hearing all the stories that the patients, families and staff had to offer.
"Reach the Day" - 05/25/2007 & 5/26/2007
These are the dates for the official "Reach the Day" to support the Conquer Childhood Cancer Act of 2007. The Conquer Childhood Cancer Act of 2007 was introduced in the Senate by Senator Reed (D-RI). The bill # is S.911/H.R.1553, and can be accessed here. It is absolutely imperative that this bill gains support in Congress, please urge your Senators and Representatives to sign onto this critical bill. Please click here to learn more, and how you can help. I will be doing a book reading for cancer patients that have come to Capitol Hill for this important day.
PublishAmerica - 3/20/2007
"PublishAmerica considers it a great honor to inform you that we have selected your book, I Never Signed Up for This!, to participate in the Maryland Library Conference to be held May 2-4, 2007, in Ocean City, Maryland. Over 700 attendees are expected at the event. The attendees represent librarians, library professionals and those with an interest in libraries. Congratulations on having your book included." - MN Prather
93.9 and 102.3 - 2/15/2007
I was recently on 93.9 and 102.3 for the Children's Hospital Radiothon discussing my book and my experience being treated for cancer at Children's.
David Burd, Washington Post Radio - 12/30/2006
I was recently interviewed on David Burd's radio show discussing my battle with cancer, my motivation to write this book, and my life-long mission to help kids with cancer.
Gratitude That Lasts a Lifetime, The Washington Post - 12/28/2006
"It's a been-there-done-that survival guide, something to explain cancer and hair loss and, yes, the sinking realization that Mom and Dad can't fix everything." - John Kelly