An oncology nurse, patient turned advocate and cancer biologist were honored during CURE®’s third annual Ovarian Cancer Heroes program where they got to share messages of resiliency with a virtual audience.
Men may experience erectile dysfunction and incontinence after receiving treatment for prostate cancer. However, there are devices — like a penile prosthetic and artificial urinary sphincter — that can help control those side effects associated with treatment.
In an interview with CURE®, Dr. Trisha Wise-Draper discusses new findings that show an increased mortality risk for patients with cancer receiving systemic treatments who subsequently contracted COVID-19.
From a child from Indiana donating funds from a pumpkin sale to a local cancer charity, to a researcher at Stony Brook University being sentenced to prison after stealing $225,000 in cancer research funds, here’s what’s happening in the cancer landscape this week.