Nike Cuts Ties With Livestrong

The plucky wristband-manufacturer (and cancer-awareness-raiser), has lost its second benefactor in less than a year: with Lance Armstrong already out of the picture, Nike has decided to end its nine-year partnership with Livestrong. » 5/28/13 4:04pm 5/28/13 4:04pm

What To Do With All Your Livestrong Bracelets

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Lance Armstrong Steps Down As Chairman Of Livestrong

Lance Armstrong, having been hit with a set of doping allegations that portray him as a sort of East Germany on a bike, has decided to leave his position as chairman of Livestrong. Armstrong founded Livestrong in 1997 for the purpose of raising cancer awareness (not actual cancer research). » 10/17/12 9:22am 10/17/12 9:22am

Suspected Cancer Hoaxer Found Dead

Fifteen-year-old brain cancer patient "Jonathan Jay White" turns out to have been a 24-year-old woman in Ammon, Idaho, who was found Wednesday in her car, dead of an apparent suicide. » 7/24/09 12:15pm 7/24/09 12:15pm

Was Lance Armstrong Duped By A Cancer Fake?

Jonathan Jay White is a 15-year-old with brain cancer whose devotion to the Livestrong credo caught the attention of Lance Armstrong and several generous donors. The grifter who invented "Jonathan Jay White" will soon catch the attention of federal authorities. » 7/23/09 10:45am 7/23/09 10:45am

Lance Armstrong Takes On The Wall Street Journal, Lance Armstrong…

Last month, Lance Armstrong boycotted the media, speaking directly to his fans in 140-character chunks. He tried to break the ban by writing a letter to The WSJ, but they "butchered it," and instead, he printed it on his blog. » 6/21/09 3:15pm 6/21/09 3:15pm