Yesterday, we hosted our first Twitter chat. As a nod to National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week, we focused on the emotional, physical and practical concerns of cancer survivors ages 15-40.
Join the new LIVESTRONG Survivorship Chat series #LSChat. Kickoff chat on April 4 at 12pm CST in honor of National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week.
Some governors steadfast in their decision not to expand Medicaid under healthcare reform are now changing their minds. Why has there been a flip? Because expanding Medicaid makes sense.
Cancer doesn’t just happen to you physically. It happens to you emotionally, mentally and socially. We offer programs that help the WHOLE person heal.
Doing things that bring you joy can help to feed that strong positive mental strength you need. Working can be a part of that.
LIVESTRONG offers resources that can help you deal with the fear of diagnosis and plan for a future after cancer.
Have you just been diagnosed with cancer? This can be a very scary time. You may have a ton of questions. You may feel numb. You may be confused. LIVESTRONG is here to help you and your loved ones.
Today, we are launching a transportation program that offers rides to and from cancer-related medical appointments in Travis County.
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.
There are laws to protect cancer survivors from job discrimination and we can help walk you through your rights.