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What you need to know about KRASG12C

September 13th 2021, 9:00pm

By Sponsored Content


In this episode of the “Cure Talks Cancer” Podcast, Dr. Spira a medical oncologist of the Virginia Cancer Specialists’ (VCS) discusses why KRASG12C is a prolific problem.

Novel Combinations Offer New Hope in Kidney Cancer

September 13th 2021, 7:00pm

By Arlene Weintraub


Immunotherapy and tyrosine kinase inhibitors may potentially change the treatment paradigm for patients with renal cell carcinoma, the most common type of kidney cancer in adults.

Celebrating the End of Cancer Treatment

September 13th 2021, 5:00pm

By Kim Johnson


After enduring cancer, how does one celebrate completing treatments? A woman writes about celebrating all of her sister's successes, no matter how big or small.

A Smart Bomb for Prostate Cancer

September 13th 2021, 3:00pm

By Amy Paturel, M.S., M.P.H.


After decades of research, scientists inch closer to FDA approval for PSMA-targeted treatments that show promise for patients with an advanced form of prostate cancer.

Moving Forward With Life As a Two-Time Cancer Survivor

September 13th 2021, 1:00pm

By Rochelle L. Colón


How do you move on with life after cancer? A two-time breast cancer survivor expresses her hopes and fears in the form of a poem.

An Oncology Nurse’s Great Attitude Can Leave a Lasting Impact on Patients

September 12th 2021, 3:00pm

By Sue Wilson


A patient notes how her advanced practice provider made such an impression on her that she even switched offices to continue their experience.

Cancer Is a Strange, Unconventional Fairy Tale

September 12th 2021, 2:00pm

By Kristin R. Kelly


A woman with breast cancer describes her cancer journey as an unconventional fairy tale, with hope scattered within the darkness.

After The Dust Settled: Retired NYC Firefighter Remembers 9/11 After Lung Cancer Journey

September 11th 2021, 3:30pm

By Ryan McDonald


A retired New York City firefighter recalls his return to the city he once served for more than three decades on the day prior to the 9/11 terrorist attacks and all that followed, including his several bouts with lung cancer years after the dust had settled.

Free Monitoring And Treatment Programs May Reduce Cancer, All-Cause Mortality Among 9/11 First Responders

September 11th 2021, 2:00pm

By Colleen Moretti


Programs that are free of cost, such as the World Trade Center Health Program, could serve as a “model” to providing better and more accessible health care to patients with cancer, according to an expert at Montefiore Medical Center in New York.

Living With a 'Carpe Diem' Mentality in the Face of Cancer

September 10th 2021, 9:00pm

By Donna Kidder


A woman who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2012 explains how she prevents cancer from taking over her life in her poem, 'Carpe Diem.'

ASCO 2019: Results from the Phase 3 KEYNOTE-048 Trial

September 10th 2021, 8:00pm


Caretakers of Patients With Cancer Make A Difference

September 10th 2021, 7:00pm

By Julie S. Brokaw


An ovarian cancer survivor shares what it was like to be her late husband’s caregiver when he had prostate cancer, years before her own diagnosis.

Retired New York City Firefighter Shares His 9/11 Story: ‘Everybody Played a Role That Day’

September 10th 2021, 5:00pm

By Jamie Cesanek


Retired FDNY firefighter and lung cancer survivor Jerry Sanford spoke about how he helped the rescue efforts following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York City.

Senator Amy Klobuchar Shares Breast Cancer Experience, Childhood Cancer Survivor Raises Money to Help Others, and More

September 10th 2021, 3:00pm

By Jamie Cesanek


From Senator Amy Klobuchar’s breast cancer experience to a 14-year-old survivor’s charity work for other children with cancer, here’s what’s happening in the cancer landscape this week.

Taking Steps to Optimal Wellness for Patients With MPN

September 10th 2021, 1:00pm

By Antonia DePace


Paying more attention to wellness could help both physical and mental facets for patients with MPN.