Could cholesterol-lowering drugs work against colorectal cancer?

BY ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON

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A recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology found that statins, drugs used to lower cholesterol levels by blocking a key enzyme, improved survival in patients with non-metastatic colorectal cancer.



When the patient becomes a caregiver

BY SUZANNE LINDLEY

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I'm typing this blog from the hospital bed next to Ronnie's in the wee hours of the morning.



Targeted treatment approved for advanced cervical cancer

BY ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON

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The gynecological cancer community is celebrating another milestone in the treatment of cervical cancer.




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.