We are hosting a free online and in-person Cancer and Nutrition Class April 23rd for anyone affected by cancer, including those diagnosis and their loved ones.
October’s class discussed how young survivors are often are caught between the worlds of pediatric and adult oncology and offered helpful tips on how to deal with the day-to-day concerns.
LIVESTRONG is hosting a class specifically for young adult cancer survivors ages 15-39. Learn how to manage your unique survivorship concerns.
USA TODAY reporter Liz Szabo moderated a Twitter chat Oct. 3 about parenting through cancer, asking for advice from doctors, nurses, social workers and cancer navigators, and soliciting the personal stories of patient, survivors, metavivors and family members.
Aprenda lo fácil que es cocinar platos saludables en casa.
Survivors should start exercising at the point that is most comfortable for them and work their way up to increase resistance.
If you are a man and in the Austin area, we invite you to take part in this free class.
The LIVESTRONG Cancer Navigation Center provides classes available online and in person to anyone affected by cancer, including survivors, caregivers, and family members.
A cancer and nutrition expert discusses recommendations for cancer prevention and survival as well as how to use these recommendations in your real daily life.
Nearly one in 5 with cancer are parents of minor children. We encourage you to watch and share the video from last week’s Parenting with Cancer class and offer your own tips and suggestions.