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CURE's Top 5 Stories: August 2018
September 04, 2018 – Jessica Skarzynski
Subset of Cells in Bladder Cancer May Hinder Immunotherapy Outcomes
September 03, 2018 – Kristie L. Kahl
When Less Is More in Bladder Cancer Treatment
September 01, 2018 – Angelica Welch
Knowledge About Inherited Gene Mutations Is Changing Prostate Cancer Treatment
September 01, 2018 – DEBU TRIPATHY, M.D.
A Double Whammy to Treat Bladder Cancer
August 31, 2018 – Angelica Welch
New Test May Identify Those Unlikely to Respond to Popular Bladder Cancer Treatment
August 30, 2018 – Brielle Urciuoli
Certain Patients with Mantle Cell Lymphoma May Benefit from Delayed Treatment
August 29, 2018 – Brielle Urciuoli
Beyond 'Genes of Interest,' All Genetic Testing Helps Outcomes and Prevention
August 29, 2018 – Brielle Urciuoli
Three Fast Facts on Microsatellite Instability
August 29, 2018 – Brielle Urciuoli

CURE's Top 5 Stories: August 2018

Take a look at the top 5 CURE stories of August 2018 in this video. 
BY Jessica Skarzynski
PUBLISHED September 04, 2018
Here are the top 5 CURE stories for August 2018.

5. How Friendships Can Help You Through Cancer
One of the healing aspects we tend to forget or downplay on our cancer journey is the value of support from friends, as Jane Biehl discusses in her recent article.

4. Knitted Prostheses Provide Comfort and Community for Women with Breast Cancer
While some women find traditional breast forms to be hot, heavy and uncomfortable, Knitted Knockers offer an alternative. Learn more about them in this story.

3. Working Through Cancer-Related Fatigue
When finding ways to cope with employment and treatment-related fatigue, a customized approach is key, as discussed in this piece from our latest issue.

2. “It’s All Over” and Other Things You Shouldn’t Say to People With Cancer
It is not always easy to know what to say to a loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer. In this article, we share some do’s and don'ts that may help. But remember, every person is different.

1. Lifting the Fog on Chemo Brain
In our summer issue’s cover story, we explore the cognitive challenges that arise during the cancer journey, and how researchers aim to learn more about the causes and treatment of ‘chemo brain.’

In related news, why not join the discussion happening on our social channels? Every Friday morning, we share a #CureConnect discussion question on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts about popular topics in the cancer community, like survivorship, advice, parenting with cancer and more. So, join the discussion! Give us a follow to explore some of our past questions and jump into future conversations.

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