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© 2023 MJH Life Sciences™ and CURE - Oncology & Cancer News for Patients & Caregivers. All rights reserved.
January 30th 2023
By Mary Sansone
After being diagnosed with leukemia, my Golden Retriever, Payton, was my emotional caregiver and gave me the will to live.
By Brielle Benyon
We asked our audience of cancer survivors how their diagnosis affected their careers. Here’s what they had to say.
January 26th 2023
By Natasha Carlson
Losing my breasts was hard, but losing one of my best friends was even harder, and something I’ve had to come to terms with.
January 24th 2023
By Darlene Dobkowski, MA
Although patients with cancer may feel both grateful and grief towards their bodies, one expert emphasizes how important seeking support from a professional can be throughout this process.
January 23rd 2023
We surveyed the CURE® audience about how cancer impacted their relationship with their hair. Here’s what they had to say.
January 16th 2023
As young adults, survivors of childhood cancers were more likely to report feeling lonely compared with their siblings, emphasizing the importance of screening.
By Sailaja Darisipudi
CURE® surveyed its audience to see if cancer has affected their identity. Here’s what they have to say.
January 14th 2023
By Steve Rubin
My body and mind go through a lot before and after cancer scans. Here is how I bounce back.
January 13th 2023
When I experienced an alcohol and cancer relapse, I fell into a depression. Thankfully, clinicians, loved ones and medicine helped.
January 11th 2023
Here are a few tips I’ve found that helped me regain a sense of control after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
January 9th 2023
The risk for psychiatric disorders increased for spouses of patients with cancer compared with those whose partners did not have cancer.
CURE® surveyed its audience to learn how they celebrate milestones in their experiences with cancer, if they do at all. Here’s what they have to say.
As a cancer survivor, major medical appointments cause a great deal of stress. It took my dog throwing up to make me snap out of it.
January 5th 2023
By Kelly Irvin
In 2023, instead of looking over my shoulder to see how cancer has invaded every aspect of my life, I’m vowing to face forward. No fear. No uncertainty. No what-ifs.
January 4th 2023
By Ngozi Ejedimu
Now that I’m six years out of my breast cancer treatment, people assume that I’m better and lack empathy. However, my anxiety is still high.
January 3rd 2023
Through a survey on social media, CURE® collected responses on what terms people prefer when describing their cancer experiences. Some people who have experienced cancer explain why they have embraced the terms "thriver" and "warrior."
January 2nd 2023
CURE® surveyed its audience to see which terms they prefer to use when describing their cancer experiences. Some people who have experienced cancer explain their mixed feelings with the commonly used terms “patient” and “survivor.”
December 27th 2022
I recently came across a Twitter thread where people were shaming a cancer survivor’s decisions, forcing me to step back before reacting.
December 20th 2022
CURE® surveyed its audience to see which terms they prefer using when describing their cancer experiences. Some people who have experienced cancer explained why they dislike certain labels.
December 7th 2022
Study findings showed that anxiety and depression may not decrease over time in patients with testicular cancer, emphasizing the importance of discussing symptoms with cancer teams.
December 5th 2022
By Colleen Moretti
A kidney cancer diagnosis may negatively affect a patient’s mental health; however, exercise may help put them at ease.
By Joe Bullock
Going through chemotherapy treatment was extremely difficult, and eventually I learned that sometimes, it’s OK to not be OK.
November 28th 2022
CURE® surveyed its audience to see how they cope with “scanxiety,” the anxiety surrounding cancer scans. Here’s what they had to say.
October 24th 2022
An expert recommends that cancer survivors and patients take several actionable steps to improve their quality of sleep.
October 21st 2022
By Bonnie Annis
When I found myself struggling with anxiety and depression after cancer and COVID-19, I decided a therapy dog might be a good idea, so I adopted one.
October 18th 2022
A patient with prostate cancer under active surveillance may encounter the fear that their cancer might progress, causing stress and anxiety. However, HIIT workouts may help put them at ease.
October 17th 2022
There are ways to manage the fear of cancer recurrence, so it doesn’t become overwhelming or debilitating. Physicians like me and a network of resources are here to help.
October 10th 2022
CURE® surveyed its audience to gather insight into what unexpected lessons cancer has taught them. Here’s what they had to say.
October 4th 2022
CURE® surveyed its audience to see how cancer-related pain or treatment-related side effects interfered with their ability to be independent. Here’s what they had to say.
October 3rd 2022
By Tamron Little
I grew up in a society where mental health was stigmatized, but cancer made me realize that it helps to speak up about these issues.
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