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Chronic pain is a serious side effect of many cancer treatments. Medical marijuana is currently being suggested as an alternative option to traditional opioid medications.
Mike Hennessy, Sr.
In a special issue of CURE® magazine, we focus on financial issues related to cancer care.
Kathy LaTour
Even people with health insurance may face financial toxicity as they try to stay on top of medical bills and other disease-related costs.
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Voices

Barbara Tako
Two-time cancer survivor offers ways to reduce clutter during the holidays and beyond.
Rick Boulay, M.D.
The notion then, that disease outcome (whether you live or die) determines if you are a survivor is therefore erroneous.
Bonnie Annis
Learning to accept the physical changes breast cancer creates is often difficult, but doable. It takes time to learn to embrace change but doing so is beneficial to well being.
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CURE Conections®

Philippa Cheetham, MD; Sara F. Martin, MD; and Evan C. Osmundson, MD, PhD, remark on recent improvements in managing advanced lung cancer, and offer insight regarding future therapies that show promise.
Philippa Cheetham, MD; Sara F. Martin, MD; Evan C. Osmundson, MD, PhD; and Leora Horn, MD, MSc, reflect on common challenges faced while treating advanced lung cancer and discuss their considerations for creating long-term treatment plans.
Philippa Cheetham, MD; Sara F. Martin, MD; and Leora Horn, MD, MSc, discuss how they counsel patients on strategies for managing side effects from newer therapies in advanced lung cancer.
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Videos

Oliver Dorigo, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Oncology), Stanford University Medical Center, discusses recent exciting developments in the ovarian cancer field.
 
Anya Khomenko

When facing ovarian cancer, it is critical to stay healthy and well-informed, says Anya Khomenko.
Michael Krychman, M.D.
Cancer survivors should speak up about any kind of sexual issues they're having during or after treatment.
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