Armstrong and cancer

Lance Armstrong is a father, cancer survivor, advocate and philanthropist. In 1996, at age 25, Lance found himself struggling for his life against testicular cancer Cancer. On October 2, 1996, then aged 25, Armstrong was diagnosed as having stage three (advanced) testicular cancer (embryonal

15 Mar 2013 In ESPN The Magazine April 20, 1998 issue, Tim Keown writes about Lance Armstrong battle with cancer

Cyclist Lance Armstrong survived testicular cancer and was stripped of seven Tour de France titles in 2012 due to doping charges. Learn more at 18 Jan 2013 Lance Armstrong is forever branded a lying cheater, and you39re done with him. Or is it that simple No. And it never will be, as long as there Lance Armstrong wasn39t about to let cancer get in the way of his passion: bike racing. His inspiring story describes his uphill climb back to good health

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14 Jul 2014 Lance Armstrong said he would consider starting a new foundation to combat cancer if he is not allowed to return to Livestrong, the iconic Eleven years ago Lance Armstrong was at home in Austin, Texas suffering from a blinding headache and coughing up blood. Armstrong had ignored ominous

Read a timeline of the life and times of American cyclist Lance Armstrong. In October, Armstrong is diagnosed with testicular cancer. Learns the cancer has The world knows and celebrates Lance Armstrong for his remarkable defeat of life-threatening cancer and for his unparalleled seven consecutive victories in the