Lance Edward Armstrong (born September 18, 1971) is an American former
professional road .... But with the kind of cancer he had, with the x-rays, the blood
tests, almost no hope." After receiv...
NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine, Winning the Race Lance Armstrong Shares His
... cancer, knows all too well the impact that cancer of any kind can have on an
individual. ... How did you learn of your cancer, and how did you feel about it?
Mar 15, 2013 ... On the day of his 25th birthday, Lance Armstrong might have said life had never
... So that's what Lance did until the night he saw the blood.
According to Biography.com, Lance Armstrong was diagnosed in October 1996
with testicular cancer. By the time the doctors discovered the athlete's cancer, ...
In 1996 Lance Armstrong was diagnosed with testicular cancer, which had ...
odds of survival had been much worse, but they did not want to get his spirits
down. ... samples could have been tested in 2004 and revealed the presence of
Jan 24, 2013 ... Lance Armstrong, Susan Komen, cancer and me ... So, what does all this have to
do with two of the most famous cancer patients of ... January 2013 on the author's
blog, and is crossposted by kind permission .... It is entirely possible, a matter of
perspective really, that Lance Armstrong did not Beat Cancer .
Cyclist Lance Armstrong survived testicular cancer and was stripped of seven
Tour ... of the rest of my life is to not slip up again and not lose sight of what I have
to do. .... that Armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs and served as a
type of a ... Of the interview, Winfrey said in a statement, "He did not come clean
Jan 24, 2013 ... But, Lance Armstrong did not only lie about performance-enhancing drugs, and
did not ... I have mets in my liver, but I don't have liver cancer, I have breast
cancer in my liver. ... Type of cancer matters, even when it spreads.
American cyclist. Cancer was arguably the best thing that ever happened to
Lance Armstrong. .... Luckily, his sponsors and the Cofidis team remained behind
him, though legally they did not have to. After a .... A different kind of battle. By
Lance Armstrong, for example, appears to have been cured of testicular cancer ...
to be the case, increasing the temperature of other types of cancer cells may ...