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Livestrong CEO Reflects On Effect Of Armstrong Interview
Published January 18, 2013
NBC's Matt Lauer asked, “So Livestrong will remain viable?” Ulman: “Absolutely. Will there be challenges ahead? For sure, but we are buoyed by the support of literally millions of people, by the support of great programs and partners, partners like Nike, who have recommitted their support. ... We're open for business today and if people out there need our services, are battling cancer, are dealing with the practical, emotional, physical side effects, we want them to call us. We're here to serve” (“Today,” NBC, 1/18).