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.

Bitter or Better? Changing The Way You Perceive Your Diagnosis

July 12th 2019

Former NFL player Rolf Benirschke spoke to CURE® about his life-changing diagnosis and offers advice and encouragement to patients coping with a diagnosis of any kind.

Adapting to the New Normal When a Loved One Has Cancer

July 11th 2019

Katie Couric discussed the many challenges she faced while being a caregiver to her husband during his nine-month battle with colorectal cancer and shared how her career helped her to cope with the loss and turmoil in her life.

Being a Caregiver: The Unsung Heroes of Cancer

July 2nd 2019

Katie Couric spoke about the challenges she faced while caring for her late husband while maintaining a career and taking care of her daughters’ needs during their family’s unfortunate circumstances.

Katie Couric's Advice on Helping Children Cope With a Parent's Cancer Diagnosis

June 27th 2019

Discussing a parent’s cancer diagnosis with children can be difficult and the conversation changes as they get older. Here’s how the broadcast journalist broached the delicate situation through her own experience.

Katie Couric Speaks About Grief and Moving on After Losing Loved Ones to Cancer

June 20th 2019

Katie Couric lost both her husband and her sister to cancer within only a few years of one another. The legendary broadcast journalist spoke about the devastating loss of her loved ones and shared how she moved past her grief.

Komen NYC Educates Women About Breast Cancer Screening

June 6th 2019

Linda Tantawi, CEO of Susan G. Komen Greater New York City, discussed the organization’s events that serve as the “pink ribbon connecting the community” and some of their upcoming initiatives to help educate women about breast cancer screening and treatment.

More Than Friends Sends a Message of Health at Annual Tea Party

May 16th 2019

Lorén Barbosa, co-chairperson of More Than Friends, discussed the Latino/Caribbean/American organization's Annual Tea Party and the their goal of sending a message of overall health and wellness.

'Caring and Sharing' Baskets: A Few of Your Favorite Things During Radiation and Chemotherapy Treatment

May 8th 2019

Cancer survivor Joanne Edwards talks with CURE® about the profound gratitude she felt when she received a ‘Caring and Sharing’ basket from a charity organization, and shares how their generosity made her want to pay it forward to other survivors.

More Than Friends Organization: Bringing Help and Hope to Cancer Survivors

May 6th 2019

More Than Friends chairperson Elise Bourne-Busby talked about her breast cancer journey and the inspiration for the Latino/Caribbean/American initiative that is dedicated to servicing cancer survivors.

Keeping the Dream Alive: Supporting Female Survivors

April 29th 2019

Barbara Bittner, RN, OCN, a finalist for the CURE® Extraordinary Healer® Award for Oncology Nursing, talked about her advocacy work with Charlene’s Dream – a community-based cancer resource center for women.

Running to Raise Money and Awareness for Cancer

April 26th 2019

Extraordinary Healer® Award finalist Angela Hammack, B.S.N., RN, OCN, discussed how she began running marathons to raise awareness – and $100,000 – for cancer.

Finding Emotional Support in a Health Care Team

April 24th 2019

The winner of the CURE® Extraordinary Healer® Award for Oncology Nursing discussed the bonds formed between patients with cancer and their health care team.

Giuliana Rancic: Finding the Light at the End of the Tunnel

April 22nd 2019

Entertainment journalist and breast cancer survivor Giuliana Rancic shared her cancer journey before she presented at the 2019 Extraordinary Healer Award for Oncology Nursing.

Ovarian Cancer Treatments 'Coming Down the Pike' Create Resurgence for Patients

April 12th 2019

An expert discusses the exciting new developments extending survival in the evolving ovarian cancer treatment space.

'Connection is Key' in Conversations Between Parents and Children About Ovarian Cancer

April 10th 2019

A young advocate emphasizes the importance of communication between parents and their children about an ovarian cancer diagnosis.

More Research is Needed to Prevent Late-Stage Diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer

April 8th 2019

A gynecologic-oncology clinical nurse specialist and one of this year’s CURE Ovarian Cancer Heroes discussed the lack of resources for patients with ovarian cancer and the need for more research.

'Hoping for a Cure, Advocating for Care': COA's Patient Advocacy Initiative

April 5th 2019

COA’s head of patient advocacy discusses the role of self-advocacy in survivorship and receiving quality, affordable, accessible cancer care.

Organization Matches Survivors and Caregivers with 'Mentor Angels'

April 3rd 2019

A cancer diagnosis can happen so fast, it takes a lot to wrap one’s mind around it; however, Imerman Angels – a Chicago-based, global, peer-to-peer nonprofit support group – is here to help.

Optune User Journey: Meet Steve

April 1st 2019

Watch a video about Steve, an Optune user. Learn how Steve manages his treatment while enjoying his favorite activities.

Male Breast Cancer Survivor Spreads Awareness: 'Men Have Breasts, Too!'

March 29th 2019

Sam Rivera, a 47-year male breast cancer survivor, sat down with CURE at the 36th Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference to discuss the importance of communicating family health history, to advise men to be proactive about their health and to share his positive experience with the Male Breast Cancer Coalition.

Opening the Door to Communication with Children About Genetic Mutations

March 27th 2019

At the 36th Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference, Shannon Pulaski, founder of Proactive Genes, sat down with CURE® to discuss how parents can relate important health information, such as genetic mutations, to children of all ages.

Thanks to Immunotherapies, the Outlook for Patients with RCC is Changing

March 25th 2019

An expert discusses the evolving treatments for renal cell carcinoma (RCC) over the last decade, as well as the future role of immunotherapies for patients with RCC.

The Future of Immunotherapy for Bladder Cancer

March 14th 2019

An expert discusses the future of immunotherapy in light of new frontline treatments like Keytruda that have been demonstrating positive results for patients with non–muscle invasive bladder cancer.

Advanced Lung Cancer Outlook Is Better Than Before

February 2nd 2019

Thanks to better understanding of cancer biology, the outlook for advanced lung cancer is better than it has ever been.

Small Actions Make a Big Difference in the MPN Community

January 31st 2019

Any action, larger or small, can make a major impact in the lives of patients with a myeloproliferative neoplasm.

Immunotherapy Side Effects: Know the Risks

January 29th 2019

Immunotherapy can cause some side effects that patients and practitioners should look out for.

Immunotherapy Pair Good for Some, Not All, With Kidney Cancer

January 25th 2019

Yervoy plus Opdivo is a good combination for many patients with kidney cancer, though some individuals should steer clear of the regimen.

Turning Love for Family Into Cancer Research

January 24th 2019

After her daughter was diagnosed, Celia Miltz founded the Friends of ET Research.

Expert Discusses Exciting Advances in the MPN Field

January 23rd 2019

Angela Fleischman, M.D., Ph.D., is particularly excited for improvements in treating early-stage disease.

A PSA for Myeloproliferative Neoplasms

January 22nd 2019

After realizing how little awareness there was about MPNs, one advocate looked to his TV background to help.