LIVESTRONG: There Is Life After Cancer


At LIVESTRONG, we fight for the more than 32.6 million people around the world affected by cancer, right now. We believe you become a survivor the moment you are diagnosed—it’s a mindset, not an outcome. And for survivors in the midst of treatment, it can be a chaotic (and scary) process.

Empowering Cancer Warriors Everywhere

The Need for LIVESTRONG's Work Is Greater Now More Than Ever.

“With cancer survivorship expected to increase more than 35% over the next decade, the need for LIVESTRONG is greater now more than ever. Keep helping us fight the fight, the fight that impacts millions of lives each year. Together, we can and will change the way the world fights cancer.” – Greg Lee, LIVESTRONG President & CEO

LIVESTRONG Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Launch of Honor 5K/10K

Family-friendly walk or run pays tribute to cancer survivors
Press Release

AUSTIN, Texas, April 27, 2017 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of its 20th Anniversary, the LIVESTRONG Foundation – a global leader and pioneer in cancer patient survivorship – announced today the launch of The LIVESTRONG Honor 5k/10k, which will take place on September 17 in downtown Austin. Participants are encouraged to wear commemorative bibs featuring the name of a “Cancer Warrior” in honor of the brave, inspiring survivors of the life-threatening disease.

LIVESTRONG Joining Sean Swarner’s ‘Mission of Hope’ to the North Pole

Partnering to Bring 100,000+ Cancer Survivors on the Journey
Press Release

AUSTIN, TX, March 8, 2017 /3BL Media/ – In April, 2017, Sean Swarner will be journeying to the North Pole, making him the first cancer survivor to complete “The Explorer’s Grand Slam,” consisting of summiting the seven highest peaks and both poles – all with only one functioning lung.

LIVESTRONG and Eli Lilly and Company Honor Clinical Trials Participants

Lilly-commissioned art installation by renowned sculptor and clinical trial community to debut at LIVESTRONG
Press Release

Austin, Texas, March 6, 2017 /3BL Media/ On March 10, the LIVESTRONG Foundation will host an unveiling reception for The Hero’s Journey Art, an art installation created by sculptor John Magnan in collaboration with Eli Lilly and Company to honor clinical trial participants and raise awareness of the importance of clinical trial participation.

Changing the Way the World Fights Cancer


Join America's Charities, now through December, as we highlight different nonprofits and share how individuals and companies can Shape the Future of various causes through workplace giving programs.

The 20th Annual LIVESTRONG Challenge in Austin is Gearing Up

Leading cancer foundation hosts multi‐distance ride, walk/run to raise funds that help to improve the lives of people affected by cancer now

WHAT: On Sunday, October 16, thousands of riders—many of them cancer survivors—and other LIVESTRONG Foundation supporters from not only Texas, but cities and towns across America will come together to honor their courageous fight against cancer during the 20th annual LIVESTRONG Challenge.

CVS Health Announces National Support of YMCA of the USA Diabetes Prevention Program and LIVESTRONG Foundation Initiatives

$225,000 investment expands programming at twenty YMCA Chapters
Press Release

WOONSOCKET, R.I., September 12, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- CVS Health today announced that it has partnered with the YMCA of theUSA (Y-USA) to help expand two programs that provide critical support to people across the country: the Diabetes Prevention Program and the nationally recognized LIVESTRONG® Foundation at the YMCA program.

Top 5 Reasons to Run the New York City Marathon with Team LIVESTRONG


On November 6 50,000+ runners will hit the streets of the five boroughs for the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon. Team LIVESTRONG will be taking to the streets of NYC in force. Here are five things they can look forward to as part of our team on 11/6:

What if Cancer Treatment Left You Completely Exhausted?


When I was 38, my life was turned upside down. As a healthy, happy wife and mother of two, I never could have imagined that I would be diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. Post-diagnosis was a whirlwind: I had a double mastectomy, chemotherapy, radiation, hormone therapy and more surgery.

It took a long time to get my health back after treatment, but I discovered that the entire experience took a toll on my metabolism and muscle strength. When I’d try to exercise, I’d just end up in a pool of tears due to pain and exhaustion.


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