Advocating for your loved one at the end of life

BY KATHY LATOUR

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Five years to the week after I was diagnosed with breast cancer, my mother was diagnosed.



Sweet sixteen like no other

BY SUZANNE LINDLEY

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Do you remember that sweet sixteen feeling? The whole world seemed to be at your grasp.



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.




Calendar of Events

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

Tough Talk: Preparing for End of Life

BY KATHY LATOUR

Discussing end-of-life care can help ensure a dignified death.

Preparing for Treatment

Prehabilitation Aims to Prepare Patients for What Lies Ahead

BY JANE HILL

Preparing physically for treatment could play a role in recovery of cancer.

Food for Thought

Is There a Connection Between Food Preservatives and Cancer?

BY AMY RUSHLOW

While some research has shown that preservatives could be linked to cancer, the science is limited and contradictory.

Caregivers' Corner

Are You an Overbearing Caregiver?

BY DON VAUGHAN

Overattentive caregivers can undermine patient recovery.