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The Livestrong Brave Box155

Livestrong is excited to announce a new product to help you shower some extra love on people affected by cancer!Often survivors want someone to be present and listen, cry and laugh with them, ask read more


- by Jeri MulderMy name is Jeri Mulder. Jeff and I are so excited and proud to announce a challenge that has been a long time in the making. Our family has dedicated $1,000,000 over the past 12 years read more

Caregivers — The Real Heroes in the Cancer Battle131

The real story of the caregiver is often untold and/or under-appreciated in both the healthcare space and cancer world read more

Partnering to Help Survivors Address Financial Hardships182

Cancer care has come a long way in recent years, with breakthroughs and advancements in areas such surgery, radiology, symptom management… read more

We Need to Educate More People About Male Breast Cancer168

On November 1, 2001 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. For most, this condition may not raise eyebrows unless it happened to you, and you… read more

Rallying Your Cancer Support Team138

It was Halloween 2008 and I was Bat Girl. We love Halloween at our house and this particular year we were hosting the neighborhood party… read more

What I Gained From My Journey Through Cancer143

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Why Second Opinions Matter144

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Breast Cancer to Beauty Pageant129

by Raven Reed, Miss Ohio International 201 read more

The Day When… Everything Breaks153

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Cancer Caregiving — No One Said It Would Be Easy…139

Being a caregiver can be a physically and emotionally demanding task, since you go through the ups and downs with your loved one as they… read more

Karen Hertz — My Livestrong Story165

My first cancer diagnosis came in June of 2007. I was 5 months pregnant, and my husband, Jake, and I were expecting twin girls. My belly… read more

5 Ways to Evaluate Cancer Information153

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, you want valid and trustworthy information about the disease, treatment options… read more