Thursday is your last chance to vote and speak up for people affected by cancer in your community.
Last week, the headlines reported on a major advance that, as an oncologist, got me truly excited.
New NCCN Survivorship Guidelines cover eight distinct areas of cancer care: anxiety and depression, cognitive function, exercise, fatigue, immunizations and infections, pain, sexual function, and sleep disorders.
by Matt Florio
Team LIVESTRONG is thrilled to announce that we will be participating in the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, October 27, 2013. Join us!
24 Hours of Booty is a 24-hour cycling event that benefits the IU Simon Cancer Center and the LIVESTRONG Foundation.
“There’s a program there to help you regain your confidence, your balance, your coordination, your muscles, your zest for life, and to know that there’s quality of life ahead of you”
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz emphasizes importance of the EARLY Act – legislation helping to educate at-risk young women about breast cancer.
Loyce Pace Bass, the Director of Health Policy for the LIVESTRONG Foundation, testified before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related programs in Congress.
“I am totally and completely in awe of how this assisted me to overcome obstacles from my illness. Thank you is barely enough in response for the help this provided.”
Right now, people like you are weighing in to help us distribute more than $1 million in funding for cancer support programs in local communities.