Thursday is your last chance to vote and speak up for people affected by cancer in your community.
New NCCN Survivorship Guidelines cover eight distinct areas of cancer care: anxiety and depression, cognitive function, exercise, fatigue, immunizations and infections, pain, sexual function, and sleep disorders.
“There’s a program there to help you regain your confidence, your balance, your coordination, your muscles, your zest for life, and to know that there’s quality of life ahead of you”
Over the past several weeks, we have launched a series of blogs about the Foundation’s work in Mexico about fighting cancer stigma and the importance of sharing cancer stories to raise awareness. In this third blog of the series, we explore the concept of empowerment.
“I am totally and completely in awe of how this assisted me to overcome obstacles from my illness. Thank you is barely enough in response for the help this provided.”
Every cancer patient, from the day of diagnosis, has palliative care needs. Palliative care (pronounced …
Right now, people like you are weighing in to help us distribute more than $1 million in funding for cancer support programs in local communities.
The core concept behind patient engagement is a simple one: When we are informed and proactive about something, we are more likely to succeed.
The LIVESTRONG Foundation is funding 12 new Camp Kesem Camps this year through our annual Community Impact Project.
Millions of cancer survivors are counting on the LIVESTRONG Foundation in 2013, and we will deliver help where we can make the most impact. Be one of the first to vote and help deliver care where it counts.