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Four oncology nurses were recognized during the inaugural event for their efforts to prioritize the health of patients’ bone health during treatment.
DEBU TRIPATHY, M.D.
It takes a lot to call something a revolution in medicine ... The most important, of course, is its impact on people’s lives — particularly, a cure for illness or a major extension of life. A revolution also implies a sweeping cataclysmic change, one that is disruptive and boldly states that things will no longer be the same.
 
MARILYN FENICHEL
For those affected by cancer, dedicated camps and retreats provide opportunities to not only forge friendships but also reinforce inner strength.
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Voices

Kim Johnson
And no matter how isolating cancer can be for some patients, they need to know that they are not alone. An entire world of resources is out there, but without somebody to guide those affected by cancer, they may never know of this world.
Ryan Hamner
How a break from the hospital led directly to an encounter with the police.
Kevin Berry
Do you know the difference between happiness and joy?
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CURE Connections®

CURE Connections®, in partnership with The Ruesch Center for the Cure of GI Cancers at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, provides this special video on the value of communication throughout the cancer journey in an effort to share first-hand insight from other patients and caregivers who have navigated through the diagnosis of a gastrointestinal cancer.
 
In this special CURE Connections® video, developed in partnership with The Ruesch Center for the Cure of GI Cancers at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, patients and caregivers who have navigated through the diagnosis of a gastrointestinal cancer reflect on ways in which they have managed challenges during the cancer journey, reminding viewers to seek out support and remain positive.
Heather Ambrose, Martha Raymond, and Tim Wert recognize unmet needs in the management of patients diagnosed with GI cancers.
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Videos

Dennis R. Scribner, M.D.
While there is no test, such as a mamogram or colonoscopy, for uterine cancer, vaginal bleeding is a telltale sign of the disease.
Patients, survivors and loved ones
It is important that patients and their loved ones stay hopeful during the ovarian cancer journey. We asked attendees of the 2018 NOCC Annual Conference how they keep positive.
Laurel W. Rice, M.D.
Many patients with ovarian cancer have misconceptions about the care they will receive while on a clinical trial, according to Laurel W. Rice, M.D.
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Podcasts

Kristie L. Kahl
In this week’s episode of CURETalks Cancer, we spoke with Matt Lashey, creator and CEO of the chemoWave app, which is designed to manage cancer symptoms and conditions by keeping track of a patient’s overall well-being to understand how their experiences may be related to feeling better or worse during treatment. 
Kristie L. Kahl
We spoke with an expert about navigating at-home genetic testing kits, which are growing in popularity.
Katie Kosko and Brielle Urciuoli
Mike Schmidt developed stage 3 melanoma after years of playing professional baseball for the Philadelphia Phillies.
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