I wanted to take a moment and say thank you for all the support that we’ve received around the world.
Learn more about how this LIVESTRONG Leader is serving people affected by cancer in Africa and how you can help him provide care to those in need.
Women throughout Africa are at greater risk of HIV infection. And yet, thousands are surviving HIV/AIDS only to die of cervical cancer.
Progress in Geneva last week. The world?s health ministers committed to reducing global deaths from cancer and other noncommunicable diseases.
Learn how LIVESTRONG and the American Cancer Society are teaching cancer survivors to share their stories and making an impact on the global cancer burden.
TEDMED, an event at which thought leaders in bioscience, health, and medicine convene to share ideas on how to approach the most pervasive problems in our field.
Help bust a few myths about cancer by taking our World Cancer Day quiz and sharing it with your family and friends.
by: Courtney Sommerville; Team LIVESTRONG
?Together it is possible.? That is the theme for this year?s …
LIVESTRONG announces the results of our successful Cancer Anti-Stigma Initiative in South Africa.
The following is a brief written by LIVESTRONG‘s Director of Health Policy, Loyce Pace-Bass, explaining …