ance Armstrong's cancer-fighting foundation says it's going nowhere, despite a devastating report that paints the cyclist as a cheater who deceived his way through seven Tour de France victories. Livestrong chief executive Doul Ulman said the organization's goal is to "keep fighting for the mission" of helping cancer victims. He added that Armstrong's "leadership role doesn't change. He's the founder. He's our biggest advocate and always will be." Because of the doping allegations, Armstrong can never compete again.
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