Lance Armstrong

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    Op-Ed: Lance Armstrong’s interview earns him a “B” for apology

    Cyclist Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of his most illustrious awards because of his use of performance enhancing drugs, made an effective plea for forgiveness during his interview with Oprah Winfrey, but his lack of regret is problematic, writes law professor Erin O'Hara O'Connor, who studies apologies and dispute resolution. Read More

    Jan. 18, 2013

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    Benefits of apology from Lance Armstrong may outweigh legal implications, expert says

    The possible benefits of a confession and apology about doping from Lance Armstrong all depend on how the world-renowned, and disgraced, cyclist uses his words, says Vanderbilt legal scholar and apology expert Erin O'Hara O'Connor. Read More

    Jan. 16, 2013

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    VUMC Researchers Study ‘Chemo Fog’

    As many as 30 percent of chemotherapy patients suffer from chemo fog causing moderate cognitive brain impairment. With funding help from athlete and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong, Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers are studying how to clear chemo fog. Barb Cramer has the story. Read More

    Mar. 21, 2007