Livestrong, the cancer group founded by Lance Armstrong, has certainly been through a tumultuous period. As a result of the doping and performance-enhancing drug scandal that engulfed its founder, the organization saw its revenues fall from $46 million in 2011 to $6.2 million in 2015. But Livestrong has proven to be resilient, and revenues are slowly making their way back up, and its essential work continues. And this is all being led by my next guest. He is Greg Lee, the President and CEO of the Livestrong Foundation.