Lance Armstrong: The cycling legend was diagnosed testicular cancer in 1996. His diagnosis was made rather late, by which time, it had spread to his lungs, stomach and brain and his chances of ... more 
Lance Armstrong: The cycling legend was diagnosed testicular cancer in 1996. His diagnosis was made rather late, by which time, it had spread to his lungs, stomach and brain and his chances of survival were penned at 40%. Thanks to his strong spirit and support from well wishers, Armstrong turned his life around and emerged victorious in his battle against cancer. He opened the 'Lance Armstrong Foundation' in 1997 to assist cancer patients and their families all over the world. less 
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