CURE TV®

With CURE TV®, you have access to a variety of informative and uplifting videos. You’ll find interviews with cancer experts, advocates, patients, caregivers, as well as highlights from our celebratory events showcasing interviews with award winners and celebrity speakers.

Survivor Turns Negative Thoughts Into Laughable Moments During Cancer Treatment

August 6th 2021

A survivor shares how she chose to approach her mindset during cancer treatments to keep herself from spiraling.

Common Questions on Medical Marijuana

July 26th 2021

An expert discusses the most common reasons his patients ask him about medical marijuana.

‘Incredible’ That a One-Time Infusion of CAR-T Cell Therapy Induces Durable Responses in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

June 6th 2021

Although recent data show how promising a single-infusion of a specific CAR-T cell therapy may be for patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, an expert from the Moffitt Cancer Center notes that more research is needed for those deemed too ill to receive the treatment.

Why It’s Important to Be a Well-Educated, Proactive Patient

May 19th 2021

Patients with cancer can advocate for themselves by researching their illnesses and treatments before an appointment, so they’re able to ask better questions, says an expert from the HealthTree Foundation & Myeloma Crowd.

Immunotherapy Could 'Provide A Whole New Realm' For Patients with Myeloma

May 14th 2021

New advances in research around immunotherapies for patients with myeloma are on the horizon, according to an expert from the HealthTree Foundation & Myeloma Crowd.

A Mother’s Bravery in the Face of Metastatic Breast Cancer Taught Olympian Daughter What’s ‘Really Important in Life’

May 3rd 2021

Olympic volleyball player, April Ross, explained in an interview with CURE® that seeing her mother’s dedication to her family, despite her diagnosis, helped put things into perspective and taught her what is truly important in life.

Transportation to Cancer Treatments is An Issue for Many Patients

April 29th 2021

As transportation to treatments is one of the many important aspects patients with cancer must consider after receiving a diagnosis, there is room for improvement in terms of accessibility and affordability, says an expert from the Patient Access Network Foundation.

Why the COVID-19 Vaccine is Important for Patients with Blood Cancers

April 27th 2021

Patients with blood cancers are at a much higher risk of complications if they contract COVID-19, says an expert from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).

Kathy Ireland Joins the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s ‘Team 43’ to Raise Funds and Awareness

April 17th 2021

In an interview with CURE®, Ireland shared details on how to get involved in the "43 challenge" and offered some advice to families who may find themselves impacted by pediatric cancer.

How Treating Myeloma is About Extending Remissions and Making it ‘Livable’

April 12th 2021

In an interview, Dr. Nina Shah of UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center discusses how she changed her perspective on finding a cure for myeloma and what her goals are when it comes to treating her patients.

Myeloma Therapies Create an ‘Optimistic Picture’ for Patients’ Futures

April 6th 2021

In an interview, Dr. Andrew Yee of Massachusetts General Hospital discusses how a multiple myeloma diagnosis affects a patient’s life and how hopeful he is about helping them lead normal lives.

What It’s Like to Be a Myeloma Millennial, Or, ‘Myelennial’

April 5th 2021

In an interview, Dr. Nina Shah of UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center explains what a myeloma millennial, or ‘myelennial,’ is, and how recent advances in multiple myeloma treatments inspired the term.

Why One Woman Prefers the Term ‘Cancer Alumni’ After Treatment for Lymphoma

March 30th 2021

The term “survivor” is often used to describe people who have successfully completed their cancer treatments, but Sonia Su feels like it doesn’t quite capture the complexity of what it means to be in remission.

‘Don’t Socially Distance Yourself’ While Going Through Cancer, Says A Survivor

March 29th 2021

Although “social distancing” has become a common term used to describe the safe distance people keep from others to avoid contracting COVID-19, stage 1 ovarian cancer survivor and teacher Brenda Kowalski reminds patients who may be starting out on their cancer journey that it’s important to not “socially distance” yourself from friends when you need support.

Cancer Survivor Offers Tips on How to Help Loved Ones Get Through Difficult Times

March 9th 2021

Nearly one year ago to the day, 24-year-old Nina Luker was completely blindsided by a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. But after powering through treatments in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic, Luker is now cancer-free and offering advice to those who may be looking for ways to help their loved ones through difficult times of their own.

Why It’s Important to ‘Live Well With Your Cancer’

March 4th 2021

While it is important to educate oneself after receiving a diagnosis of cancer, it’s also critical to know when to step away and find a balance between cancer and life, according to Diane Zipursky-Quale.

Immunotherapy Combinations Offer ‘Hope and Promise’ for Patients with Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma

February 23rd 2021

Positive results from the phase 3 CLEAR clinical trial, presented at the 2021 ASCO Genitourinary Cancers Symposium, are just one more dataset that could offer “a sense of hope and promise” for patients with advanced renal cell carcinoma (RCC), says the study’s lead author, Dr. Robert J. Motzer.

CEO, Breast Cancer Survivor Discusses New Gel to Improve Sexual Quality of Life in Patients with Cancer

February 21st 2021

Breast cancer survivor and Evofem Biosciences founder and CEO Saundra Pelletier shares her thoughts on a new hormone-free contraceptive gel that could improve sexual quality of life in patients with cancer.

Communication And Support Can Help Patients With Cancer Improve Their Quality of Life During Treatment

February 13th 2021

For patients to maintain or improve their quality of life through their cancer treatment, it is pivotal that they communicate with their health care team.

New Options for Renal Cell Carcinoma Could Offer Hope, But Sequencing and a Personalized Approach Are Critical

February 12th 2021

Clinical trials remain the gold standard when it comes to finding new treatment options for patients, particularly when it comes to renal cell carcinoma. But even if the results are positive and this combination proves to be beneficial, patients should still discuss all of their options with their oncologist to find the right sequence of treatment, says one expert.

Newly Diagnosed With Ovarian Cancer? Ask for Help and Get Educated, Says One Patient

February 8th 2021

Diane Powis spent more than 10 months bouncing from one doctor to the next before finally being “blindsided by” a diagnosis of stage 3 ovarian cancer. But as her initial feelings of isolation and fear wore off, Powis soon learned that she wasn’t alone – and that help and information were out there.

In Need of Cancer Screening or Surveillance? Don’t Let the Pandemic Stop You

February 5th 2021

While the threat of COVID-19 still looms across the country, the risks of delaying cancer screenings – or active surveillance for those patients who are currently in treatment – could be greater than people think, says City of Hope’s Dr. Ravi Salgia.

Why It’s ‘Never Too Soon’ to Consider Clinical Trials as a Treatment Option

January 25th 2021

Clinical Trials Can Be Scary – But with Advice From Past Participants, They Don’t Have To Be

January 20th 2021

Clinical trials may seem scary and challenging for patients with cancer, but in reality, they don’t have to be. Here is how talking to former patients on clinical trials can help.

For Younger Patients, CAR T-Cell Therapy Could Play a Role in CLL Treatment

January 18th 2021

In an interview, Dr. Matthew Davids of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute discusses the future of CAR T-Cell therapy in the treatment of younger patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia.

In Cancer Caregiving, a Passion for Learning is Vital

January 18th 2021

Caregiving for a patient with cancer is an ongoing journey that also requires the caregiver to learn along the way. One couple discusses that process and more.

Alleviating Pandemic-Related Anxiety Over Returning to the Clinic for Clinical Trials

January 16th 2021

In an interview with CURE®, expert Martha Raymond explains the importance of clinical trials during the COVID-19 pandemic and how clinicians must find a way to help ease patients anxieties as they return to the clinic.

Areas Patients with CLL Can Focus On to Maintain Their Health Beyond Treatment

January 15th 2021

In a recent interview with CURE®, a medical oncologist from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute discussed why it’s important for patients with CLL, regardless of their treatment plans, to keep up on vaccinations and maintain a regular cancer screening schedule.

Communication is Key When Navigating Cancer and a Marriage

January 15th 2021

Janice and Rex Cowden sat down for an interview to discuss how to navigate a cancer diagnosis as a couple, and that communication is not only the key to a better cancer journey but a better marriage.

Adding Copiktra to Standard of Care Chemotherapy Combination in CLL Could Improve Outcomes, But Not Without Toxicities

January 14th 2021

In a recent interview with CURE®, a medical oncologist from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston discussed how the addition of Copiktra to a three-drug chemotherapy combination improved outcomes in patients with CLL, with more than half achieving complete remission.