When you make a donation in honor of a loved one, you show your support for people like Brian – a 34 year old with stage 4 melanoma and no insurance.
Our Austin Navigation Center hosted over 100 staff clients, staff and family members last week at LIVESTRONG HQ for a holiday open house.
Survivors and healthcare professionals offer up clear, practical, start-it-now advice for navigating the wild world of Health Insurance.
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.
A story of hope and empowerment from a recent LIVESTRONG at the Y graduate. Keep sharing these stories of hope! You never know who you will empower along the way.
Now that my various doctors have decided that my tumor is cancer free and that I have 12 square centimeters of dead cells lodged in my chest, it’s official! I no longer have cancer; I have chemo.
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.
If I had one piece of advice to give someone affected by cancer it would be “Don’t do this alone.”
It’s Childhood Cancer Awareness Month – a time to honor our littlest fighters and to remember that cancer is not just an old person’s disease.