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There are a number of different treatment options for patients with relapsed myeloma, and it is important that patients and providers dicuss health history to determine which one is best.
Brielle Urciuoli
For patients with melanoma, administration of a PD-1 checkpoint blockade therapy in the neoadjuvant setting – meaning it was given before the main treatment – could result in improved outcomes and better insight to patient responses. 
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Tagrisso as a first-line treatment for patients with non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) whose tumors harbor EGFR mutations.
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Voices

Dana Stewart
It is OK to laugh during cancer treatment. Laughing and humor are one of the few things cancer can't touch.
Kim Johnson
I learned a lot during my time as a caregiver, and plan to carry that over in my career as an oncology nurse.
Khevin Barnes
We have lots of questions. And often the answers we seek are as close as the people we meet.
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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

Patrick Dempsey
Yoga and Reiki can have great benefits for patients undergoing cancer treatment, according to Patrick Dempsey.
Jeanne M. Palmer, M.D.
Patients with PV tend to be very symptomatic, but Jakafi can help.
Thea's Star of Hope
When asked about her favorite thing about Thea's Star of Hope, the ten-year-old explained that the organization is like a laser on pediatric brain tumors, shooting at them until, hopefully one day, poof! They disappear.
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Podcasts

Brielle Urciuoli
In this week's episode of CURE Talks Cancer, we spoke with Kimberly Alexander, who became an advocate for minority health after her husband was diagnosed with multiple myeloma.
Katie Kosko
Patrick Dempsey, actor, cancer advocate and Breakaway from Cancer® Ambassador, sat down with CURE to discuss how cancer impacted his life after his mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Kristie L. Kahl
After his own journey with prostate cancer, radio and TV personality Ed Randall used his extensive connections throughout professional sports to spread awareness about prostate cancer through his nonprofit organization Fans for the Cure.
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