HOPE and FAITH can provide you with strength that you never knew you had. I saw it with my grandma, my Dad and my mom.
“Are you crazy?” That’s usually the first question. But then we explain why we do it — to kick cancer’s ass.
I lost my grandfather when i was ten. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I knew that he died from cancer. So I am fighting stigma my own way.
“My friend Dina was living out her final moments in hospice. I was mad and felt hopeless. I wanted to help in any way I could.”
The tide appears to be changing in the fight to prevent the transmission of HPV and resulting cervical cancer deaths in developing nations.
We are all one team. We all ride for one cause. We ride to let all cancer survivors know that they are not and will never be alone.
A new fun and free resource for young cancer patients – Re-Mission 2 – a new collection of cancer-fighting mini-games
ESPN Sportscaster, Stuart Scott, talks about Team LIVESTRONG and the importance of surrounding yourself with people that “get it” during and after your cancer experience.
To truly understand what a momentous month South African Cancer Control has had, we have …
Talking to your sons about testicular cancer might be a little awkward. But it’s an awkward talk that can save a life.