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One of the Quiet Oncology Heroes
BY LISA BARNES
An Extraordinary Healer essay honoring Angela Ness, RN [ Richard A. Henson Cancer Institute, Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Maryland ]
 
My Personal Cancer Warrior
BY ROSEMARY E. MANBACHI, CRNP
An Extraordinary Healer essay honoring Carol Mallon, RN, MS, OCN [ Penn State Hershey Medical Center Cancer Institute in Hershey, Pennsylvania ]
 
9 Questions With a Surgeon: Life After Risk-Reducing Surgery
BY ELLIE LEICK
Olga Ivanov talks with CURE about the multiple side effects, including changes in sex drive, that happen after women have risk-reducing surgery. 
Second Herceptin Biosimilar Passes Test in Breast Cancer Subset
BY SILAS INMAN
Another biosimilar for Herceptin proved to have similar outcomes as the original drug for patients with breast cancer in a phase 3 trial. 
New Tool Helps Patients With Prostate Cancer Decide if Watchful Waiting is Right
BY ELLIE LEICK
A new online tool can help patients with prostate cancer determine if active surveillance is the right decision. 
Study Shows Nurses Are Poised to Take on Responsibilities of Survivorship Care
BY ELLIE LEICK
Because of a nation-wide shortage of oncologists, nurses and nurse practitioners are becoming the key leaders in survivorship care. 
7 Questions With a Prostate Cancer Expert on Immunotherapy
BY GINA COLUMBUS
CURE spoke with Akash Patnaik about immunotherapy's role in prostate cancer. 
Steroid Mouthwash May Reduce Rate and Severity of Stomatitis in Some Patients With Breast Cancer
BY LAUREN M. GREEN
A steroid-based mouthwash can help some women with breast cancer reduce or prevent stomatitis.
What You Should Know: Thriving in the Workplace During or After Cancer
BY BRIELLE URCIUOLI
CURE asked Rebecca Nellis common questions about returning to work during or after cancer treatment. 
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