Novel Approaches Create a Bridge to Transplant in MPNs
Researchers may have uncovered new ways to help patients with accelerated-phase and blast-phase MPNs live longer by borrowing therapies from other blood cancers.
Breast Cancer Treatments Propel Many Women Into 'Rapid, Dramatic' Medical Menopause
Some breast cancer therapies and surgeries cause a reduction in estrogen levels, forcing many women immediately into menopause.
Knocking Out Chronic Myeloid Leukemia with Precision
Patients with chronic myeloid leukemia are living longer, some even stopping treatment, thanks to a plethora of targeted therapies.
Making Cents of Mesothelioma
A new grant program offers financial assistance for patients with mesothelioma who must travel for cancer care.
New Drug Combinations Are Helping Patients With Mesothelioma Live Longer
Patients with mesothelioma are living longer thanks to new drug combinations – including the first FDA-approved regimen in 15 years.
All Are Welcome: A Real-Life Lung Cancer 'Living Room'
Bonnie Addario, a 16-year lung cancer survivor, shares a message of hope and invites you to ‘The Living Room.’
Portraits With Purpose: New Book Showcases Cancer Survivors with Messages of Inspiration
A new photography book showcases survivors with messages of inspiration.
CURE®’s Annual Ovarian Cancer Heroes Program Goes Virtual Amid COVID-19 to Honor Three Women Who Have Dedicated Their Lives to Patients with Gynecologic Cancer
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.
Breaking Down Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer
Active surveillance can be used for many patients with prostate cancer; however, when localized, radiation therapy is an option.
Patients with Unresectable HCC Lived Longer When Given Hepatic Arterial Infusion Chemotherapy Versus Standard of Care
Overall survival was better with hepatic arterial infusion chemotherapy compared with transarterial chemoembolization, according to phase 3 study findings.
Laughing In The Face of A Brain Tumor
After receiving a stage 4 glioblastoma diagnosis, one woman taps into her sense of humor — and turns that into a book.
Don't Overlook Biomarker Testing in Lung Cancer
An expert sheds light on the importance of genomics in treating lung cancer.
Regaining Their Voice: A Cancer Choir Finds Healing Together
A laryngectomy choir offers rehabilitation and inspiration to patients after throat cancer.
Speaking Up About Head and Neck Cancers
Voice actor Rob Paulsen opens up about how a lump on his neck led to a stage 3 diagnosis.
Memory Issues? Acid Reflux Drugs Could Be To Blame
Researchers looked at the connection between memory loss and acid reflux from prescribed medications in patients with cancer.
Laughing Through Lymphoma
A diffuse large B-cell lymphoma survivor shares her frank and funny view of coping with cancer.
Thriving With Incurable Cancer
Metastatic breast cancer doesn’t keep Nalie Agustin from raising awareness and empowering others.
Childhood Cancer Survivors See Uptick in Colorectal Polyps
Childhood cancer survivors are developing colorectal polyps unrelated to family histories, according to new data.
Multifaceted Strategy Boosts Sexual Health, Eases Anxiety for Breast Cancer Survivors
Researchers developed a targeted intervention to help reduce distressing sexual dysfunction for young breast cancer survivors with promising results.
Speaking Out: Understanding the Rise of Lung Cancer in Women
A researcher discusses the puzzling rise in lung cancer among young women in the United States.
The Faces of Change: Advocating On Capitol Hill for Patients With Lung Cancer
American Lung Association’s Advocacy Day attendees push Congress for better lung cancer research funding.
Exercise Eases Treatment-Related Fatigue, Shortness of Breath
Exercise prior to radiation treatment can help patients better handle the side effects of treatment.
The Role of RET Rearrangements in Lung Cancer
An expert explains how a better grasp of the gene alteration leads to better lung cancer treatments.
Findings Link High BMI to Better Immunotherapy Outcomes in NSCLC
The findings of a new study add to the growing evidence of the "obesity paradox" in patients with cancer who have a high body mass index but have better outcomes on immunotherapy.
Looking Toward Combination Therapies in Metastatic Bladder Cancer
Immunotherapy and targeted therapy medications have brought new hope to patients with advanced disease.
Phase 3 Trial Fails to Improve Progression-Free Survival in Previously Untreated Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
After failing to meet its primary endpoint of progression-free survival, the JAVELIN Ovarian PARP 100 clinical trial was stopped.
Get Schooled on Vulvar Cancer
A patient turned advocate underscores the importance of education, especially for those facing a rare cancer.
Genetic Testing: Are Over-the-Counter Options Reliable?
An expert raises her concerns about direct-to-consumer testing and shares ways people can protect themselves.
Two Women Given The Wrong BRCA Results Are Now Bound By a Blunder
Decades after being tested for hereditary risk, two women — who had the same doctor — discovered they got the wrong results.
Treatment Advances in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Bruton tyrosine kinase (BTK) inhibitors and other new drugs are improving outcomes for patients with CLL.
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