Where was Lance Armstrong treated for cancer?

Answer Professional cyclist Lance Armstrong was treated for cancer at the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center. Armstrong underwent the Testis Cancer Program. After treatment, Armstrong went on to win t... Read More »

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What year did Lance Armstrong get cancer?

Lance Armstrong is a professional bicyclist well-known for winning the Tour de France race seven consecutive times. Armstrong was diagnosed with testicular cancer in October 1996. Because of surger... Read More »

How old was Lance Armstrong when he had testicular cancer?

Lance Armstrong, seven-time winner of the Tour de France, was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 1996. At the time, Armstrong was only 25 years old and given a 40 percent chance to live. He won hi... Read More »

What cancer did Lance Armstrong survive?

Lance Armstrong survived testicular cancer. Because it was not diagnosed early, the cancer spread to Armstrong's abdomen, lungs and brain, which decreased his chances of survival. However, Armstron... Read More »

How is bone cancer of the shoulder treated?

Pretty much the same way that all cancers are treated, chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, or some combination of two or all three of these. Radical surgery would probably be a measure of last re... Read More »