One of the best ways to get involved on a local level and support cancer survivors is to vote in the Community Impact Project.
This Friday, February 15th, is the last day for organizations, hospitals and YMCA’s can apply for grant funding from the LIVESTRONG Foundation this cycle.
At the core of our research efforts, we strive to make survivorship care a more tightly-knit part of the system for all.
We know that the first line of communication with a patient is their health care provider. That’s why we’ve developed materials to help nurses, doctors and social workers help their patients through cancer.
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.
The application process for Community Impact Project is now open. Bring these great cancer survivor programs to your community.
Congratulations to Paige Menking – the 2013 recipient of the LIVESTRONG Promotora of the Year Award
Team LIVESTRONG member and ovarian cancer survivor, Laurey Masterton, shares her experience with the LIVESTRONG at the YMCA program in Ashville, NC.
Today, we are launching a transportation program that offers rides to and from cancer-related medical appointments in Travis County.
Last week, NPR aired a powerful series about the global cancer crisis. Hear how resources still don’t match the overwhelming need and what needs to be done about it.