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.


June 20th 2020

4 Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia experts hosted a webinar, in partnership with CURE, addressing the latest and most important topics for patients with CLL.

Keytruda Plus Chemotherapy Improves Survival Outcome in Metastatic Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

June 20th 2020

First-line treatment with Keytruda (pembrolizumab) in combination with chemotherapy improves progression-free survival in patients with locally recurrent, inoperable or metastatic triple-negative breast cancer (mTNBC), according to data presented at the 2020 ASCO Virtual Scientific Program.

EDUCATED PATIENT Lung Cancer Webinar: Western Region

June 20th 2020

CURE hosted its third webinar on all the latest topics and trends for patients with lung cancer.

An Expert Offers Advice on How to Incorporate Exercise Into Your Daily Routine

June 19th 2020

In an interview with CURE, Lutheran Medical Center oncology patient navigator Laurie Hatch explains the best ways for patients with cancer and survivors to restart their exercise routine and the best ways to get moving again and combat side effects from treatment like fatigue.

Investigational Drug Combination Could Address Unmet Need in TP53-Positive MDS

June 19th 2020

The phase 3 trial evaluating eprenetapopt plus Vidaza completed enrollment recently, and could lead to a new standard of care with positive results, according to Dr. Guillermo Garcia-Manero.

Expert Explains Potential Long-term Impact of Yescarta CAR-T Cell Therapy For Patients with Lymphoma

June 18th 2020

Dr. Caron A. Jacobson discusses the potential long-term impact of Yescarta for patients with relapsed or refractory indolent non-Hodgkin lymphoma and how it could turn an incurable disease into something curable.

Ethan Zohn: Cancer Treatment is "A Marathon, Not a Sprint"

June 17th 2020

“Survivor: Africa” winner Ethan Zohn details his journey with cancer and discovering that it isn’t a sprint, but a marathon.

An Oncology Dietitian Offers Some Healthy Snack Options to Combat Stress Eating

June 16th 2020

Rachel J. Wong, an oncology dietitian from Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, has some helpful tips on what patients and survivors can stock their pantry with to avoid stress eating and stay healthy through the pandemic and beyond.

Expert Discusses Side Effects of Keytruda That Patients with Hodgkin Lymphoma Should Know About

June 15th 2020

Data presented at the ASCO 2020 Virtual Scientific Program demonstrated that Keytruda was an effective treatment for patients with Hodgkin Lymphoma and side effects were tolerable.

Facing the Challenges of Young Adult Cancer By Finding a Community

June 14th 2020

Being a young adult with cancer can feel like an isolating journey, but "Survivor: Africa" winner Ethan Zohn details how a community can form even in the unlikeliest of places.

Expert Discusses the Importance of 'Exercise as Medicine' for Patients with Cancer and Survivors

June 13th 2020

The role of exercise in the cancer journey can provide its own form of medicine, explains one expert in an interview with CURE.

Acceptance is Vital to Getting Through Cancer and COVID-19, Says Survivor Ethan Zohn

June 12th 2020

In an interview with CURE, “Survivor: Africa” winner Ethan Zohn talks about how his cancer journey changed his perspective on life and helps him to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

Autologous Stem Cell Transplant Should Remain Standard of Care for Certain DLBCL Patients, Expert Says

June 9th 2020

Dr. Nirav Niranjan Shah explains the data behind why autologous stem cell transplant should remain the standard of care for patients with relapsed chemo-sensitive DLBCL.

Survivor Ethan Zohn Takes On the Log Challenge for Leukemia and Lymphoma Awareness

June 9th 2020

Former Survivor competitor, and winner, Ethan Zohn talks with CURE about his journey with cancer and raising awareness for patients with leukemia and lymphoma.

Shelf-Stable Pantry Staples Patients and Survivors Can Rely On During a Pandemic

June 7th 2020

For patients with cancer and survivors getting out to get the groceries becomes a tougher chore during a pandemic, but according to this oncology dietician you can find certain foods that will last on your shelf and keep you healthy.

EDUCATED PATIENT Lung Cancer Webinar: Eastern Region

June 1st 2020

CURE hosted its second webinar that will focus on all the latest topics and trends for patients with lung cancer.

Triplet Therapy Reduces Risk of Death in Patients With HER-2 Positive Breast Cancer Who Developed Brain Metastases

June 1st 2020

“This is the first randomized trial to demonstrate an overall survival benefit for patients with brain metastases, which I think is very significant,” said Dr. Nancy U. Lin.

Triplet Therapy for Certain Patients with Metastatic Colorectal Cancer Shows Promise, But More Research is Needed

May 31st 2020

While follow-up data on the BEACON CRC study demonstrated superior overall survival for certain patients with metastatic colorectal cancer receiving Braftovi, Mektovi and Erbitux, an exploratory analysis is needed to understand if this treatment can impact a wider subset of patients.

MK-6482 Shows Promise in von Hippel-Lindau Disease-Associated Renal Cell Carcinoma

May 30th 2020

The HIF-2a Inhibitor induced clinical responses among patients with von Hippel-Lindau disease–associated kidney cancer, according to results presented at the 2020 ASCO Virtual Scientific Program.

Revlimid and Rituxan Combo 'Another Potential Option' For Patients With Mantle Cell Lymphoma

May 30th 2020

“We now have second and third generation cousins of thalidomide that are very useful. So, lenalidomide in combination with rituximab is an effective therapy for mantle cell lymphoma that voids some of these adverse events that I’m talking about,” said Dr. Ian Flinn. Hear more about this treatment in his interview with CURE®.

In the 'Midst of a Real Shakeup': Perspective on Next Few Years of Mantle Cell Lymphoma Treatments

May 27th 2020

“I think we’re in a midst of a real shakeup in our treatment paradigms for patients with mantle cell lymphoma, or at least we will be in the next few years,” said Dr. Ian Flinn in an interview with CURE®.

How Patients and Survivors Can Use Meal Planning to Make the Most of Their Grocery Store Trips

May 27th 2020

One oncology dietitian shares her expertise with patients and survivors of cancer on how to maximize their trip to the grocery store by planning their meals ahead of time.

'Exciting Advancements' Coming in The Treatment of Lymphomas

May 26th 2020

The development of bispecific antibodies and antibody drug conjugates could be exciting advancements for patients with lymphomas, including mantle cell lymphoma, according to Dr. Ian Flinn.

'A Lot of Action' in The Development of Targeted Therapies for Mantle Cell Lymphoma

May 22nd 2020

Evidence shows that Bruton’s tyrosine kinase inhibitors, one of many targeted therapies, are highly effective in patients with mantle cell lymphoma.

EDUCATED PATIENT Lung Cancer Webinar: Midwest Region

May 22nd 2020

CURE hosted its first webinar, focused on all the latest topics and trends for patients with lung cancer.

CAR T-Cell Therapy a 'Really Exciting' Development in Treatment of Lymphomas

May 21st 2020

The evolution of CAR T-cell therapy has been an exciting development for the treatment of all lymphomas, including mantle cell lymphoma, according to Dr. Ian Flinn.

How Cancer Caregivers Can Stay Connected With Their Loved Ones While Social Distancing

May 20th 2020

Caregivers are an essential part of any patient or survivor’s cancer journey and social distancing due to COVID-19 has made the challenges of caregiving even more difficult. However, one expert details how caregivers can still stay connected during the pandemic.

How Patients With Cancer Should Approach Questions Surrounding the Final Outcome of COVID-19, Their Diagnosis

May 20th 2020

“For the patients that are nervous about how this is going to end, or what's going to happen, I would say that that's true for them outside of the COVID crisis because that's the same question they have about their cancer,” Dr. Scott A. Irwin said.

'More Important Now' For Patients with Cancer to Focus on Mental Health During COVID-19

May 19th 2020

As stress and anxiety have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, one expert notes how it’s important for patients with cancer to pay attention to their mental health.

Don't Ignore the Warning Signs of Cancer, Even During a Pandemic

May 19th 2020

Even amid stay at home orders to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, listen to your body and speak to your healthcare professionals when you are worried about a potential for cancer.