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The Medical Quack is now a Fan of Lance Armstrong and LiveStrong by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 12:08am LiveStrong is the site of Lance Armstrong with his world wide mission to bring an awareness to cancer through out the world. He now has a Facebook site where one can become a fan and join the cause.  Click on the pictures below to visit the links. Again, a word of thanks to the foundation for including the Medical Quack and be sure and vis ... Read on »
Medical Quack on the Web – Livestrong.Com (Lance Armstrong) by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Apr 2009 11:49pm Thanks again to Livestrong.com, the Lance Armstrong site dedicated to better living.  Hopefully Lance is recovering from his surgery after his recent fall too.  Lance is also a very dedicated Twitter fan and is a great example of someone who over came cancer and dedicates time and a foundation to the continued effort so others can benefit.   ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong and Jon Stewart on the Daily Show by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Dec 2009 8:53am As everyone might be aware, Lance Armstrong is a cancer survivor and has written a book about his training for the Tour de France.  He survives very well with Jon Stewart here with some humor!  The Lance Armstrong Foundation is proud of its 10-year history of awarding grants to established and young investigators funding research in the ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong cracks 1 million Twitter followers with Max Armstrong catching up by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 10:01pm What do the New York Times, Lance Armstrong, and the British band Cold Play all have in common? They all now have over one million followers on Twitter. According to wefollow.com, The New York Times is at number 13 in the current world Top 25 list of most Twitter followers. Cold play is at number 15. And right in between the two a ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong wins Tour de Gruene team time trial by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 1:08pm Lance Armstrong made it a twofer in Texas this weekend proving that he is getting TDF fit. Armstrong teamed with John Korioth, who helped co-found the Lance Armstrong Foundation, to claim the team time trial Sunday in the concluding day of the 25th anniversary of the Tour de Gruene. “Overall I would say I was moderately pleased,” said Arms ... Read on »
The Medical Quack featured on the Lance Armstrong Cancer Awareness Website by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 5:10pm This site follows Lance throughout his training and worldwide cancer awareness campaign.  Information from the website below.  I appreciate and thank the foundation and Livestrong for featuring posts from the Medical Quack!  More about grants awarded can be viewed here.   If there is anyone who is a cancer survivor, this is a very good site to ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong’s Surgery comes with a good prognosis by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 26 Mar 2009 3:53pm I also read he couldn’t resist using Twitter from the hospital to let everyone know he was alive and well.  His website where you can follow his events and learn about healthy living is called LiveStrong and he can also be found on Facebook.   I have been fortunate enough to have a couple of my web quacks posted at the site in the recent past.  T ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong - update by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:40pm Transcription of telephone press conference with Lance Armstrong on Tuesday, March 24, 2009 Introduction made by Mark Higgins Higgins: We’re headed over for a more elaborate CT-scan. It seems that after looking at the film here in the States it’s a little more serious than we had originally thought. It’s angulated and displaced a litt ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong Breaks Collarbone by k Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:43pm Lance Armstrong, hoping to come back to this years Tour De France after a three year break may have a bit of a set-back. The 37 year old, 7 time Tour De France winner broke his right collarbone when he crashed during the first stage of the race in Spain that’s set for 5 days. The cause behind the crash has not yet been announced, but Armstrong ma ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong's Altitude Training Plan by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Jul 2009 4:32pm By Carmichael Training Systems In 1995, road cycling’s World Championships were held in Bogota, Colombia. This caused some consternation within the professional cycling world because the race courses were located approximately 2600 meters (8,500 feet) above sea level. That’s just a little bit lower than the altitude of Aspen, Colorado. More ... Read on »