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Contest Offer Chance to Win Concert Tickets and Help Young Patients Fight Cancer
BY BETH FAND INCOLLINGO
With a donation to Teen Cancer America, people can have the chance to win concert tickets to see music legends at Coachella, thanks to a contest the organization is hosting to raise money for young people battling cancer.
Column: Helping My Children Grow Strong Through My Cancer
BY WENDY S. HARPHAM, M.D.
What is the best way to handle a cancer diagnosis as a parent? While there may be no definitive answer, Wendy S. Harpham weighs in.
My Chemo Upheaval
BY KAREN MALIWAT
Seeking Less Toxic Treatments for Most Common Pediatric Brain Tumor
BY SHANNON CONNELLY
While treatment advances have led to more survivors of medulloblastoma, the most common form of pediatric brain cancer, therapeutic approaches with fewer long-term effects are still needed.
Hard to Hear: Cisplatin Can Cause Hearing Loss for Men With Testicular Cancer
BY KAREN BRUNO
Cisplatin therapy can cause hearing loss for men with testicular cancer, but preventive measures are emerging.
A Sign of the Times: The Changing Treatment Landscape for Advanced Kidney Cancer
BY MARIJKE VROOMEN DURNING, RN
The treatment landscape for advanced kidney cancer has changed dramatically over the past few years, with several targeted drugs and an immunotherapy approved by the FDA.
New AACR Report Highlights Impact of Cancer Research
BY ALLIE CASEY
According to a new report by the American Association for Cancer Research, the number of survivors living in the United States rose by one million between 2014 to 2016. This demonstrates real progress, according to Nancy Davidson, M.D.
Deeper Research Needed With Immunotherapy in Glioblastoma
BY LAURA PANJWANI
CURE spoke with David Reardon about immunotherapy and the future of treating brain cancer.
Creating a Diversion: Life After Cystectomy for Bladder Cancer
BY LEAH K. LAWRENCE
After the bladder is surgically removed and the urinary system diverted, most can return to their usual activities.