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When Chinese police officers learned that an SLPD officer was also fighting cancer, they promptly returned the gesture by
It's spring at last, and time to get yourself in shape for summer. One of the great exercises around, that's particularly easy on the joints, is cycling.
I forgot what chemotherapy does to the body other than killing cancer cells.The memories, along with the side effects, have returned. The changes to my digestive system and my thinning hair have spoken loudly that "the cancer's back."
I used to believe that all stories had a beginning, middle and end. While in the most obvious of ways, Brett's death was a finite end; it would take years for me to realize not only that the three of us could make a pleasing new life but that doing so meant rewriting our story.
I've concluded that I can either sit at home and watch TV feeling sorry for myself or I can get my ass to the gym and feel good about myself.
Doug Ulman remembers the day that everything went south. It was a Wednesday in October 2012, and Ulman, CEO and president
Yes, it was beautiful, but we weren't here to look. We were here to climb, and through that prism, it was a huge, foreboding, snow-covered monolith that seemed impossible to reach let alone climb and summit.
This has been a year full of challenges for the LIVESTRONG Foundation, to be sure, but the recent press narrative surrounding the Foundation has me thinking of the old Mark Twain quote: "The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated."
Livestrong said in the tax return that its revenue fell to $38.1 million in 2012 from $48.8 million the previous year, a
No matter the justification, Birdsong says he’s pretty much lost his faith in the organization. Birdsong shared his slew
2013-01-18-TEDplayvideo.jpgIf he says he held his breath underwater for 17 minutes and four seconds, and that he did it through intense training and a deep understanding of the physiology of his own body, then that should be good enough. I should take him at his word. I want to believe.
A frequent question I get is, "How's everyone at the Foundation doing?" The truth is, it's been rough. None of us anticipated the rapid and radical changes that are now the new normal. But we're dusting ourselves off and keeping the focus where it should be: helping people with cancer today.
La pareja de periodistas conformada por Barbara Bermudo y Mario Andres Moreno, se unieron a Lorena Rojas en su lucha contra el cancer.
Evan Handler joins us to talk about why the Livestrong Foundation is still an important and functioning charity despite the reputation of its founder Lance Armstrong.
I am tired to the bone of the baseless and uninformed criticisms people continue to hurl toward the Livestrong Foundation, based on crimes Lance committed as a cyclist.
Another charity has cut ties with Lance Armstrong. Athletes for Hope didn’t speak of Armstrong’s impact on the organization
Livestrong will survive and thrive. The millions and millions of cancer survivors and caregivers globally will also thrive because thrive is what we do. But Armstrong's children deserve more than anyone in this entire story.
There were once tears for his love; joy for his fortune; honor for his valor. But now many sponsors and donors are pedaling
So when we hear the world talking about what a low life Lance is, let's not forget; we're not that far away, each one of us, from dealing with the same stuff Lance is dealing with right now.
Look at your own life and remember times when you've cheated, lied or done something wrong on whatever level. How did it make you feel, regardless of how small the incident?