FILE - In this July 27, 2003, file photo, Edward Lee Walker, president of the Lance Armstrong Foundation, right, greets winner Lance Armstrong after the 20th and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race in Paris. Armstrong was diagnosed with cancer in 1996. After undergoing chemotherapy and having the tumors removed from his brain he was declared cancer-free in 1997. The Livestrong Foundation, formerly known as the Lance Armstrong Foundation, is a nonprofit organization Armstrong founded in 1997 that provides support for people affected by cancer. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, File)

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FILE - In this July 27, 2003, file photo, Edward Lee Walker, president of the Lance Armstrong Foundation, right, greets winner Lance Armstrong after the 20th and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race in Paris. Armstrong was diagnosed with cancer in 1996. After undergoing chemotherapy and having the tumors removed from his brain he was declared cancer-free in 1997. The Livestrong Foundation, formerly known as the Lance Armstrong Foundation, is a nonprofit organization Armstrong founded in 1997 that provides support for people affected by cancer. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, File)
FILE - In this July 27, 2003, file photo, Edward Lee Walker, president of the Lance Armstrong Foundation, right, greets winner Lance Armstrong after the 20th and final stage of the Tour de France cycling race in Paris. Armstrong was diagnosed with cancer in 1996. After undergoing chemotherapy and having the tumors removed from his brain he was declared cancer-free in 1997. The Livestrong Foundation, formerly known as the Lance Armstrong Foundation, is a nonprofit organization Armstrong founded in 1997 that provides support for people affected by cancer. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, File)
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