Debu Tripathy's Blog

As editor-in-chief, I compose editorials, review medical content, and help to develop a rich and meaningful portfolio for all CURE publications.

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Kathy LaTour's Blog

Editor-at-large for CURE magazine and two-time breast cancer survivor. My most recent adventure included traveling to Australia to meet other international cancer advocates.

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Lena Huang's Blog

As CURE Media Group’s editorial director, I manage the editorial team and ensure that all of our publications and products are consistent with our mission.

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Jon Garinn's Blog

As CURE magazine’s managing editor, I’m privileged to work with an award-winning team that’s dedicated to making cancer understandable.

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Elizabeth Whittington's Blog

As managing editor of, I manage CURE’s website, as well as attend oncology meetings and interact with readers via Facebook and Twitter.

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Katherine Lagomarsino Blog

As managing editor of CURE’s books and special projects division, I oversee the publication of our useful—and thoughtful—books and guides from start to finish.

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Lindsay Ray's Blog

As the editorial assistant, I wear many hats, including reading and responding to your letters, helping put out the magazine and writing Side Note.

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Suzanne Lindley's Blog

Suzanne Lindley has been living with metastatic colorectal cancer since 1998. She is the founder of YES! Beat Liver Tumors, an organization for individuals living with metastatic liver tumors, and an advocate for Fight Colorectal Cancer. She is also a regular guest blogger for CURE.

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Guest Blog

From time to time, CURE invites guest bloggers to post on various topics that will be of interest to our readers. Guest bloggers may include cancer advocates, health care professionals, researchers, patients, survivors, and caregivers.

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