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CURE's Top 5 Stories: October 2019

Here are the top five CURE® stories for October 2019.
BY Jessica Skarzynski
PUBLISHED November 01, 2019
Here are the top five CURE® stories for October 2019.

5. Advice for Future Cancer Survivors
It’s hard for CURE® Contributor Felicia Mitchell to have regrets. But as she begins her 10th year post-diagnosis, she shares a list of things she would change if she could go through her cancer journey all over again.

4. Minimally Invasive Techniques Gain Popularity
A variety of minimally invasive procedures are now being used to remove genitourinary tumors and spare patients the pain of open surgery; learn more about them in this feature from our latest special issue.

3. Metastatic Breast Cancer Day Facts & Figures
Breast cancer that has spread beyond the breast and lymph nodes to other organs is considered metastatic. Here, we share a round-up of fast facts and the latest news and updates in this disease space for Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day on October 13th.

2. Using Physical Therapy to Beat Lingering Side Effects
In this story, a physical therapist and testicular cancer survivor shares his experience with the health benefits of rehabilitation after cancer.

1. Pink is Not the Only Color That Matters
When contributor Doris Cardwell dealt with inflammatory breast cancer, she had a hard time coping with all things pink. Here, she discusses why October can be a great time to be aware of not just breast cancer, but all cancer types.

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