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CURE New Issue Alert: Summer 2019

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside our Summer 2019 issue.
BY Katie Kosko and Brielle Benyon
PUBLISHED August 28, 2019
Here's a sneak peek at what's inside our Summer 2019 issue:

Roughly 30% of people who undergo surgery or radiation for breast cancer are affected by lymphedema — a life-altering side effect of cancer. But can it be reversed, or better yet, prevented? Our cover story discusses the newest surgical options that may help you get Back in Circulation.

Next, a visit with the oncologist doesn’t always allow enough time for patients to ask about pain management or emotional and nutritional support. That’s where palliative or supportive care may fit in. In this issue, CURE offers a Look Inside a Supportive Care Clinic where patients can go for “one-stop shop” support.

And, when Rhonda Meckstroth’s husband, Jeff, received a stage 4 non-small cell lung cancer diagnosis she devoted her time to finding the latest research. Her work has now turned into her being an advocate for all patients with lung cancer by raising awareness for the Lung Cancer Registry. Read how registries help to advance the field and save lives in The Gift of Registries

To read these stories and more, visit the entire Summer 2019 Issue online now.  

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