I became a Leader because, with LIVESTRONG behind me, I have a huge amount of knowledge and experience to call upon. The very name represents the attitude I want to present to those patients I work with and advocate for.
LIVESTRONG helped me to discover how fulfilling it can be to do something to help other people, people I will likely never know.
I didn’t just want to ride RAGBRAI, I wanted to do it for a reason. We are riding RAGBRAI with Team LIVESTRONG to celebrate my daughter’s memory and honor what would have been her 16th birthday.
Six ways to get through the weeks and months of downtime between cancer treatments.
LIVESTRONG means never walking a single hill. So far this year has been one big hill, with a brain met, three surgeries, and radiation. But I remind myself, keep going, one pedal stroke at a time.
This summer an amazing group of people will be running the Million Dollar Marathon to …
by Chris Brewer
Q. It’s Father’s Day, and so we’re focusing on men’s health. What are a couple …
“The finish line is one of the most profound moments of your life.” -Sally Reed
“When I read your opinion piece in today’s New York Times, it stirred up a range of memories and emotions.”
“I am grateful to my mom. She has shaped my life in so many ways and I simply would not be where I am without her.”