Thursday, March 24, 2011

Fighting cancer isn't a 1-person job. It takes a team.

If you've ever battled cancer, you know it's not just you fighting this disease. It's your doctors, your nurses, your family and friends forming a team to support you.

If you haven't, but know someone who has fought themselves, or been a team member for a cancer fighter, you can see it on their faces that every supporter they had meant the world to them.

Running a 5k and riding a 30 mile bike ride may, at first glance, seem to be a solo event. But, in truth, with more of us running and riding as a larger group, it will be more meaningful, (not to mention easier) to get from start to finish.

My good friend, Mike Terry, with his support

Bring a buddy and share with them what LIVESTRONG is all about. Train with them in the days before the ROCK the RIDE & RUN. Share with them why you're participating and for whom.

Challenge yourselves as a team, not just as individuals.

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