CURE's Top 5 Stories: January 2019

Here are the top 5 CURE stories for January 2019.
BY Jessica Skarzynski
PUBLISHED February 01, 2019
Here are the top 5 CURE stories for January 2019.

5. 23andMe Receives FDA Clearance for Genetic Test
Earlier this month, genetic testing company 23andMe received FDA clearance for a genetic health risk report on a hereditary colorectal cancer syndrome. Learn more in our coverage of this breaking news.

4. Re-Learning Life After Trauma
Life after trauma is one of the toughest things to work through. There is no instruction book to help you get back on track, but CURE contributor Dana Stewart explores some ideas in this piece.

3. First Patient Receives “Right to Try” Treatment
This month, a man with glioblastoma became the first patient to receive treatment under the Right to Try Law of 2017. We report on the story in this piece. 

2. Know the Facts: Cervical Cancer
In conjunction with Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, we gathered some fast facts about the disease in this story and infographic.

1. Top 10 Lessons Learned with Cancer
To reflect on living with cancer for three years, CURE contributor Kelly Irvin wrote this piece, where she shares the top 10 things she’s learned about living with the disease.
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