Ride for the Roses
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Last Modified: April 13, 2002
Faces of Survivorship Panel Discussions
OncoLink presents an archived version of our live WebCast from Saturday, April 13, 2002, Athletes Winning Against Cancer panel, which Lance Armstrong participated in. In order to view this video segment, you will need the free RealPlayer from RealNetworks.
Athletes Winning Against Cancer
Cancer Survivor & Tour de France Champion
Cancer Survivor & ParaOlympic Cyclist
Commentator, ESPN SportsCenter
Leukemia Survivor & Professional Tennis Player
See additional OncoLink Coverage of The Ride for the Roses.
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