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June 1st 2019
By Tamera Anderson-Hanna
My tips and experience as a new acupuncture patient follow as a potential guide to getting beyond any fear of the procedure and potentially understanding the benefits of multiple sessions.
May 29th 2019
By Kim Johnson
Remembering to remain present through cancer.
May 19th 2019
By Maria Campos
This essay was written by Maria Campos nominating Mary Kernan, RN, OCN, of Smilow Cancer Center At Yale New Haven Health, New Haven, Connecticut, for CURE®'s Extraordinary Healer® Award.
May 18th 2019
By Alvin David, B.S.N., RN-BC
"Alvin David, B.S.N., RN-BC, wrote this exemplar as part of his promotion to clinical nurse 3. I will let his words do the talking, as they reveal his true essence as a nurse, colleague, preceptor, friend, father, husband and extraordinary healer," wrote Margie McDonald, M.S.N., RN, CBCN of Memorial Sloan Kettering Monmouth.
May 7th 2019
By Dara Chadwick
Two husbands embrace changing and challenging roles at home when they learn of their spouses’ cancer diagnoses.
April 24th 2019
Being a caregiver and survivor takes adjusting to the diagnosis of the "C" word. Until there is a cure for cancer, may we all do our best to put one breath and foot in front of another.
April 19th 2019
By Kathy LaTour
An interview with Angela Hammack, B.S.N., RN, OCN.
April 16th 2019
By Cora Beth Hartfield
In this nomination essay for the CURE® Extraordinary Healer® Award, Cora Beth Hartfield honors finalist Angela Hammack, B.S.N., RN, OCN.
April 12th 2019
By Beth Fand Incollingo
In essays by patients and colleagues, three nurses were honored for their generosity and life-changing compassion.
April 5th 2019
Becoming a caregiving to a loved one with cancer feels as if my life has been turned upside down like a snow globe and I am left to hold on to the stable anchors.
March 26th 2019
By Doris Cardwell
Family and friends receive the cancer diagnosis right along with the patient. People change, relationships change and life as you know it may never be the same.
March 5th 2019
By Katie Kosko
Productivity loss among parent caregivers associated with poor health-related quality of life in pediatric advanced stage Hodgkin lymphoma.
February 26th 2019
By Jeannette Moninger
Donating time in the cancer community after treatment brings benefits for both volunteers and those they help.
By Andrea Remke
After the loss of my husband to cancer, I am still learning to live free of cowardice— to live bravely for as long as I have left.
February 21st 2019
By Diana M. Martin
Mandalas can help people with cancer and their caregivers find purpose.
February 18th 2019
By Sarah DeBord
In the patient-centric world of oncology, let's not overlook who stands watch and gives without expecting anything in return.
February 16th 2019
One widow's journey to stay in her home honors her husband's memory and brings healing.
February 13th 2019
By Joanne Lam
When Joanne Lam was diagnosed with bladder cancer, her husband showed unwavering devotion in caring for her. Now it's her turn to be his caregiver.
February 5th 2019
I had no idea learning to sit with people in their pain would help me learn how to deal with my own.
January 28th 2019
By Barbara Tako
Cancerland is a frightening place to be for days, weeks, months and yes, even years. Turn that worry into something positive; reach out and be kind today and every day forward.
January 17th 2019
By Kristie L. Kahl
A recent survey demonstrated the common tradeoffs most patients report regarding treatment decisions, highlighting the importance of shared decision making.
November 15th 2018
By Brielle Benyon
Two women discuss their experience in cancer caregiving, while giving advice to others.
November 14th 2018
We've got a sneak peek at what’s inside our Fall 2018 issue.
November 9th 2018
A panel of caregivers drew upon personal experience to offer advice and ideas to those in this role.
November 8th 2018
In this week’s episode of CURE Talks Cancer, we spoke with Jill Kelly – wife of Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback Jim Kelly – about his bout with head and neck cancer, and how she copes as a caregiver.
September 11th 2018
By Debi Boyle M.S.N., R.N., A.O.C.N.S., F.A.A.N.
I poignantly remember an eloquent wife of a patient who died of acute leukemia shared her analogy with me. She stated, “You know when my dog died, I got a card from my vet. When my husband died, I got nothing.”
July 9th 2018
In a recent survey, researchers from the University of Colorado Denver found a variety of predictors that affect caregiver burden, and how psychological resilience and future interventions can help.
June 28th 2018
At the GI Cancer Patient Summit, a panel of caregivers drew upon personal experience to offer advice and discuss what more can be done for individuals in this role of the cancer journey.
May 17th 2018
In this week’s episode of CURE Talks Cancer, we spoke with Matt Lashey, creator and CEO of the chemoWave app, which is designed to manage cancer symptoms and conditions by keeping track of a patient’s overall well-being to understand how their experiences may be related to feeling better or worse during treatment.
May 5th 2018
Eighty-nine percent of caregivers of young adult colorectal cancer survivors are depressed because they can’t take the pain away, according to findings from the Raymond Foundation, an advocacy organization that aims to eradicate colon cancer.
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