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A Young Adult Survivor Story: 15 Years in the Making

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Nearly 72,000 young adults, ages 15-39, are diagnosed with cancer every year. April is the time when we highlight the unique challenges that young adult cancer survivors face like school, jobs, dating, getting married and having children. Over the years, LIVESTRONG has interviewed thousands of cancer survivors. Many of those survivors were filmed for our website including a woman named Kim Bergeron. Kim applied to become a LIVESTRONGLeader this year and we jumped at the chance to share her survivor story again 15 years in the making.

Team LIVESTRONG Spotlight: Jill

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It’s the people in our lives that make life more interesting, fun and ultimately meaningful.

LIVESTRONG Welcomes $1 Million Donation from Michigan Couple

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AUSTIN, Texas, April 14, 2015 /3BL Media/When Jeri Mulder was just 20 years old, she went through an experience with cancer that she hoped nobody would ever have to face again. 28 years later, she and her husband Jeff will donate $1 million to the LIVESTRONG Foundation through their family’s Shine Foundation to ensure that cancer patients and survivors get the support and access to care she didn’t have.

Walking the Talk and Running the Run for LIVESTRONG

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I’m 3 months into my role as Chairman of LIVESTRONG, and I couldn’t be more fired up. The Board and the staff at LIVESTRONG put together a great 2016 plan focused on doing what we do well even better for more people. We’ll do by focusing in on 3 key areas:

LIVESTRONG Leader Spotlight: Joe

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LIVESTRONG Leaders are individuals that make a yearly significant commitment to those in their community affected by cancer by spreading the message of LIVESTRONG. They do this by fundraising, hosting events, bringing LIVESTRONG resources to their local hospitals and more.

LIVESTRONG Leader Spotlight: John

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LIVESTRONG Leaders are individuals that make a yearly significant commitment to those in their community affected by cancer by spreading the message of LIVESTRONG.

LIVESTRONG Leader Spotlight: Christina

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LIVESTRONG Leaders are individuals that make a yearly significant commitment to those in their community affected by cancer by spreading the message of LIVESTRONG.

Our Favorite Team LIVESTRONG Memories

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LIVESTRONG Foundation staffers do more than just work in the office from 9-5. This is not the kind of place where you clock in and out. Our staff members live and breathe the mission and they even fundraise and participate alongside you at events.

Step up to the plate. Raise your hand. Go all in.

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Last week many of you have made the commitment to step up for cancer survivors by volunteering to become LIVESTRONG Leaders. The Leaders Program engages volunteers across the globe in support of our mission to improve the lives of people affected by cancer now. We rely on these highly engaged volunteer leaders to spread the word about LIVESTRONG programs in their area. Thank you for your dedication.

Fundraising Tips from Team I Hate Cancer

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Dear Friends:

Although spring has recently sprung here in Philadelphia, we look forward to seeing many of you at the Austin Challenge this fall, whether on a road bike or a beach cruiser. We consider summer to be Team I Hate Cancer’s fundraising season and write to share some our successful fundraising strategies as we plan for our 11th year supporting the Foundation.

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