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CURE's Top 5 Stories: September 2019

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

5. Cancer Remission and Survivor’s Guilt
There are times when some cancer survivors feel consumed by guilt. Here, one contributor asks why she made it to remission when “others have lost their cancer battle”.

4. The Breast Cancer Mutation Most Don’t Know About
Northwestern Medicine shares how one mother learned of her breast cancer diagnosis and PALB2 genetic mutation while breastfeeding her 14-month old son.

3. Katie Couric’s Advice to Her Younger Self
In this interview, the legendary broadcast journalist opened up about what she wishes she could tell her younger self when her husband was first diagnosed with cancer.

2. Helping Others on a Similar Path
Through volunteer work and participating as a driver with the American Cancer Society’s “Road to Recovery” program, one survivor found the perfect outlet to cope with the emotional side of healing after chemo treatments.

1. Preventing Lymphedema: What Patients Need to Know
In this piece, we take a closer look at an innovative technology that may catch this common breast cancer treatment complication earlier.

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