Programs & Partnerships

Programs & Partnerships

Explore our survivorship programs to understand the ways in which LIVESTRONG is working to improve the cancer experience.

  • Anti-Stigma Campaigns

    These pilot campaigns were implemented in South Africa and Mexico from 2010-2012. They sought to reduce the stigma associated with cancer through culturally relevant and targeted messaging. Learn more about the impact of these programs and check back in 2015 to see published results.

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  • Community Impact Project

    LIVESTRONG brings evaluated, sustainable programs, created through relationships with our Community Partners, to your local organizations.

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  • LIVESTRONG Fertility

    Reproductive information, financial assistance, research and support for cancer patients whose treatments present the risk of infertility.

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  • LIVESTRONG at School

    To raise cancer awareness, LIVESTRONG challenges advocates, educators, parents and others to get students involved in the fight against cancer.

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  • LIVESTRONG at the YMCA

    LIVESTRONG has joined forces with the YMCA to support people affected by cancer in reaching their health and wellness goals.

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  • LIVESTRONG Summit

    In 2006, 2008 and 2009 LIVESTRONG invited cancer advocates and leaders to come together to discuss how to tackle the fight against cancer from local communities, to national plans and international collaboration.

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  • LIVESTRONG Survivorship Centers of Excellence

    A collaborative effort of LIVESTRONG and leading cancer centers to share best practices in providing direct survivorship services.

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  • LIVESTRONG Young Adult Alliance

    A coalition of organizations dedicated to improving survival rates and quality of life for young adults with cancer.

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  • Patient Empowerment Project

    The Patient Empowerment Project (PEP) was implemented in South Africa and Japan from 2010-2013. The overall goal of the project was to support a comprehensive, patient-informed national call to action on cancer that addressed patient needs and issues at local and systemic levels.

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  • Cancer Transitions

    Through stress reduction, nutrition and exercise classes, people affected by cancer learn vital skills that enable them to improve their quality of life.

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