Advanced Stage Cancer: The LIVESTRONG Foundation Can Help
When a loved one is diagnosed with advanced cancer, everyday tasks can become overwhelming. Having someone available to talk can make a huge difference in the life of a caregiver. The Foundation provides emotional support to caregivers during all stages of cancer. Learn about Gary and Joanne’s experience with advanced cancer, and how to connect your patients and their caregivers to the Foundation.
Our Voice: Financial Oversight
A lot has been said about the LIVESTRONG Foundation in recent weeks, but often times our voice is missing from the story being told. Our work has always been about helping people affected by cancer. To learn more about the financial health of the Foundation, listen to our CFO Greg Lee discuss how he ensures that the dollars that are donated and raised are monitored and spent responsibly in order to sustain our valuable programs.
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|About the LIVESTRONG Foundation
Foundation provides free cancer
support services to help people cope with the financial, emotional and practical
challenges that accompany the disease. Created in 1997 by cancer survivor and
philanthropist Lance Armstrong, the Foundation is known for its powerful brand
–and for its advocacy
on behalf of survivors and their families. With its iconic yellow
wristband, the Foundation has
become a symbol of hope and inspiration around the world. Since its inception,
the Foundation has raised nearly $500 million to support cancer survivors and
served 2.5 million people affected by the disease. For more information, visit
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