LANCE ARMSTRONG LIVESTRONG YELLOW WRISTBANDS ADULT OR YOUTH SIZE $2 EACH CLOSE-OUT SALE
Lance Armstrong's Story Lance Armstrong was only 25-years-old and emerging as one of the world's best cyclists when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer in October 1996. Testicular cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men aged 15-35. Though it is highly treatable if detected early, Lance had ignored the warning signs. Left untreated, the cancer had spread to Lance's abdomen, lungs and brain. However, Lance declared himself a cancer survivor and took an active role in educating himself about his disease and the treatment. Armed with knowledge and confidence in medicine, he underwent aggressive treatment and beat the disease.
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