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New Issue Alert: CURE Fall 2019

Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside our Fall 2019 issue.
BY Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
PUBLISHED October 30, 2019


Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside our Fall 2019 issue:

It’s the second most common skin cancer in the United States and often difficult to treat. But new therapies are advancing the treatment of squamous cell carcinoma. Inside this issue, we share those — plus, when you should get to a doctor.

Next, to help cope with the emotions brought on by a cancer diagnosis, some patients turn to cancer coaches. How they can make the disease and survivorship more manageable.

And, in CURE’s first-ever art cover contest, we asked readers to submit artwork that expressed what they have experienced along their cancer journeys. Readers then selected the winner. See and read about one woman’s Whirlwind of Emotions.

Read all these stories and more from this issue, online now.

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And, as always, thanks for reading.
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