Being affected by cancer can put a strain on all your relationships – even your closest one. We are here to help.
Listen to Woody Roseland, five-time young adult cancer survivor, speak about his cancer experience at TEDxMileHile in Denver.
The LIVESTRONG Cancer Navigation Center is the direct service arm of The Foundation. Meet the team that assists people affected by cancer in Texas.
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.
Our June 28th LIVESTRONG Community Education Class will address the topic of parenting with a cancer diagnosis and we invite you to participate online or in person.
Are you a young adult with cancer wondering how to manage your treatment schedule when school starts up again? This blog is for you.
Thanks to all that attended the Emotional Support Cancer 101 Class last week. The video of the class is now available for viewing in its entirety.
A panel of experts will discuss and answer questions about the best ways to deal with the emotional stress of being a cancer survivor or caregiver on May 24th 6:30-8pm CST. The class is available online and in person in Austin, Texas.
Here are a few tips from cancer survivors and from health care professionals on dealing with dating and sex after cancer.
Friendships, marriages, daily dealings with coworkers and interactions with your kids can all be affected by your cancer diagnosis. LIVESTRONG understands this and we help you prepare for changes and manage tough times.