A journey from neuroblastoma to ambassador

BY GUEST BLOGGER

Lauren Bendesky, guest CURE blogger
In May of 2012, I was a typical 14-year old kid; competitively dancing, playing the viola, involving myself in numerous educational extracurricular activities, and was ranked in the top ten in my high school class.



BraveHoods for brave kids

BY ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON

Elizabeth Whittington blog image
Several companies have adopted the "one for one" idea after the philanthropic success of TOMS, the shoe company that donates one pair of shoes to a child in need when you buy a pair of their espadrilles.



Going the distance for cures: National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

BY GUEST BLOGGER

Did you know September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month? If not, you're not alone. Unlike many other months and the causes that they are attached to, the color gold will likely not take over store shelves in September to mark the awareness month, nor will buildings light up in the color to show their solidarity.




Calendar of Events

Find events, fundraisers, workshops and teleconferences in CURE's calendar of events.

Power Couple: Doctor and Patient Communication

BY DEBORAH TOLMACH SUGERMAN

A strong therapeutic alliance between cancer patients and oncologists has numerous benefits.

Liver Cancer

Gradual Gains in Liver Cancer

BY HEATHER L. VAN EPPS, PHD

Refined treatments and targeted drugs signal slow yet significant progress for liver cancer.

Survivorship

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after Cancer

BY LACEY MARLOW

Cancer’s traumatic impact can have lasting effects.

Fertility

The Adoption Option

BY CHARLOTTE HUFF

Building a family after cancer treatment can be a productive challenge.