Today is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Dr. John Snow – the Father of Public Health and modern epidemiology.
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.
LIVESTRONG Foundation Leaders and funding are helping Japan move forward after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated the region two years ago today.
Fear and stigma don’t just negatively impact a survivor’s quality of life; they also impact the global fight against cancer.
Listen firsthand why the attendees of the 2013 LIVESTRONG Assembly are continuing their support for our Foundation and mission.
You live here, so give here! Join us for the first ever Amplify Austin – a new 24-hour, online giving event to increase philanthropy in Central Texas.
One of the best ways to get involved on a local level and support cancer survivors is to vote in the Community Impact Project.
Sequestration. What does it mean, and more importantly, what does it mean to the cancer community?
We feel that it is imperative for everyone to know our goals for 2013. That is why we will be streaming the State of the Foundation live from our annual LIVESTRONG Assembly.