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Posted November 26, 2008
Lance Armstrong a cycling legend struck down by cancer. Lance Armstrong: Cycling, Surviving, Inspiring Hope, is a book of how he struggled, fought, and survived this deadly disease. In 1996 Lance found out that he had testicular cancer, which had spread to his lungs and brain. Armstrong returned to cycling in 1997 after intense chemotherapy. Two years later he rode for the US Postal team and won le Tour de France. He then repeated this victory 6 more times. <BR/>What would you do if you found out you had cancer, and given only a generous 50% chance of living? Lance describes his ordeal in great detail to give the reader a sense of what he had to go through. Also he wanted to help those who just recently found out about their cancer and what to expect from the treatments. ¿Fear should never rule the heart, so I choose not to be afraid.¿ Lance stated this when he first found out he had cancer. This means that you should fight this disease instead of fearing it. It was a great book and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in cycling or just was to be motivated.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.