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CURE's Top 5 Stories: August 2019
September 03, 2019 – Jessica Skarzynski
Summer Snacktime: Raspberry Mint Smoothie Recipe
September 02, 2019 – Jessica Skarzynski
FDA Encourages Men to be Included in Breast Cancer Clinical Trials
August 30, 2019 – Kristie L. Kahl
Friday Frontline: Cancer Updates, Research and Education on August 30, 2019
August 30, 2019 – Katie Kosko
What To Say - And What Not to Say - To a Friend or Loved One With Cancer
August 29, 2019 – Jessica Skarzynski
Cancer Blows: How Playing the Trumpet Led to One Man's Myeloma Diagnosis
August 28, 2019 – Kristie L. Kahl
CURE New Issue Alert: Summer 2019
August 28, 2019 – Katie Kosko and Brielle Benyon
Summer Snacktime: Avocado and Herb Salad Recipe
August 28, 2019 – Jessica Skarzynski
Breaking Down the E-Cigarette Epidemic
August 27, 2019 – Kristie L. Kahl

CURE's Top 5 Stories: August 2019

Here are the top five CURE stories for August 2019.
BY Jessica Skarzynski
PUBLISHED September 03, 2019
Here are the top five CURE stories for August 2019.



5. Surviving Cancer Has Taught Me to Be Present
In this Share Your Story piece, reader Roberta Lombardi talks about how cancer has made her realize how much of life she let slip by while trying to be in control, and that there is peace in letting that go.

4. Breast Implant-Associated Cancer: What You Need to Know
After the recent FDA-requested recall of certain breast implants given their association with cancer, we spoke with a lymphoma expert about implant removal, reconstruction and the signs of anaplastic large cell lymphoma in this story. 

3. Newly Diagnosed? An Expert Offers Advice
We sat down with Elizabeth Franklin, the executive director of the Cancer Policy Institute at the Cancer Support Community, who offered some candid advice for individuals who may be facing a new cancer diagnosis in this interview.

2. Back in Circulation from Lymphedema
Several new surgical options can help reverse or prevent lymphedema by keeping lymph fluid moving through the body. Learn more about them in this feature from our Summer issue.

1. Breaking Free From the ‘Cancer Victim’ Mentality
After a cancer diagnosis, a person's identity may change. Here, contributor Bonnie Annis discusses how familiar cancer terminology such as "patient," "survivor," or even "victim” can form a lasting positive or negative impact on a person's life.
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