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Patients with breast cancer can still enroll in a clinical trial that is seeking to find the cause behind cardiac toxicity related to anthracycline-based treatment.
Alexandra Guadagno
Genomic distinctions between bladder cancer variances are revealed through rapid autopsy, according to one study, and may help push forward bladder cancer research.
Katie Kosko
Children born to women who are considered severely obese have greater chances of developing cancer before the age of five, according to new study findings.
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Voices

Barbara Tako
This longer-term two-time cancer survivor admits that if she could do it over again, she would spend less of her life letting worry sit in the driver's seat.
Brenda Denzler
There's a difference between being treated for cancer and being a cancer survivor.
Martha Carlson
How a dog provides unconditional love and lessons in caring in the life of this stage 4 cancer patient.
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CURE Connections®

After elucidating their current status, Nancy and Dan MacMillan provide parting advice to patients and caregivers who encounter a diagnosis of small cell lung cancer.
 
Thinking of their journey through small cell lung cancer, Nancy and Dan MacMillan shed light on the support and information they found useful.
Nancy and Dan MacMillan reflect on Nancy’s diagnosis of small cell lung cancer and the treatment she received thereafter.
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Videos

Katie Couric
The legendary broadcast journalist Katie Couric sat down with CURE® to discuss the setbacks she and her husband faced when pursuing new treatment and clinical trials.
Lowell Hart
With new ways to treat chemotherapy-induced side effects, it seems that chemotherapy, combined with checkpoint inhibitors, is here to stay for the foreseeable future, according to one expert.
R. Donald Harvey
One expert weighs the benefits and drawbacks of expanding clinical trials to be more inclusive and reflective of the general patient population with cancer.
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Podcasts

Jessica Skarzynski
In this episode of CURE Talks Cancer, we talk with retired NHL referee Kerry Fraser about his MPN diagnosis, his advocacy work, and how he uses the lessons he learned on the ice and works with his winning team to conquer each day.
Kristie L. Kahl
In this week’s episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with a bladder cancer survivor turned caregiver about the advice she would give her newly-diagnosed self.
Kristie L. Kahl
Cancer Blows, an event by The Ryan Anthony Foundation, offers hope for many with cancer – all while raising awareness for multiple myeloma.
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