Filed under: A Little HELP HERE?, LIVESTRONG
Author: Kate Bartholomew
Please take a look at this inspiring video featuring Lance Armstrong. Consider joining the “army” that will make cancer a national priority.
You could also:
- Send an eCard to a friends and family with a link to the Lance’s video.
- Be part of LIVESTRONG® Day, May 16, 2007. Here’s more information:
LIVESTRONG Day is our annual grassroots advocacy effort to unify people affected by cancer. In its fourth year, the goal of LIVESTRONG Day is to raise awareness about cancer survivorship issues on a national level and in local communities across the country. LIVESTRONG Day is about doing something to make a difference in the fight against cancer.
You can apply to represent your state on Capitol Hill on LIVESTRONG® Day, apply to organize a LIVESTRONG® event in your own community, or just get additional information about LIVESTRONG® Day 2007.
- Earlier this month, Lance Armstrong was featured in a one-hour special presentation, Saving Your Life. If you missed the broadcast (as did I), you can listen to an audio podcast on the Saving Your Life website.
You can also watch survivor videos, locate a cancer screening center near you, share your story of survivorship and more.
- Read Lance’s CNN op-ed piece, Lance Armstrong: Patience running thin with D.C..
- Join the LIVESTRONG® team and receive the LIVESTRONG® and Advocacy newsletters
- Support the Lance Armstrong Foundation by wearing and buying yellow. Even your DOG can wear yellow now!
- Take a look at this heartbreakingly beautiful photo essay, The Bride Was Beautiful, that captures a bittersweet moment in the fight against cancer in series of striking images by 2006 NPPA award-winner, Romain Blanquart (thanks for posting the link, Terry).