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"Yea I would," said Jalen Slater, football player at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City.
Without a doubt, Slater says he would still wear his Live Strong bracelet. Slater says an athlete himself, he understands they slip up some times, even ones with remarkable reputations.
"It was wrong for him for doping up. But I don't think it takes away from the Live Strong. I mean he still fought for cancer," said Slater.
Just recently, Lance Armstrong, seven time Tour De-France Gold Medalist, and face of the Live Strong Foundation, appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Network; admitting to using performance enhancing drugs during his cycling career.
"This is messy. And this is heavy. This isn't something I can just say to you and then be like OK," said Armstrong on Oprah's Network.
After his shocking confession, all eyes turned to the Live Strong Foundation, who for years made Armstrong, the face in the fight against cancer. And that means the little yellow bands, once a sign of strength, quickly became a sign of controversy. So would you still wear one?
"Yea I think I probably would still wear it, because it stands for more than Lance," said Tracy Erlandson, of Onawa, IA.
"I would still wear one because, just because of one person, doesn't mean that it's not a worthy cause," said Amy Norling, Beresford, SD.
Proving over and over again, whether it's cancer or controversy, the Live Strong bands are a sign of strength and perseverance.
"Just remember what the organization stands for and don't just give up because of the face, being defaced," said Zack Kreider, Sioux City,