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April 14th 2021
By Debbie Legault
No matter how far you think you’ve gotten away from them, cancer’s side effects are always in your rear-view mirror, writes this caregiver.
April 6th 2021
By Antonia DePace
While it may not be the first thing patients think of when diagnosed with cancer, appropriate clothing centered around treatment can help ease their overall experience, according to an expert.
April 5th 2021
By Ryan McDonald
On social media, CURE® recently asked its readers to share if they have experienced any side effects from cancer treatment and how they have managed them. Here’s what some of them said.
By Kelly Irvin
It makes sense to take stock of cancer treatment — its physical, emotional, and spiritual cost, and what people want out of life going forward. Here, a patient with cancer writes how It’s OK to say, “Cancer treatment sucks and I hate it, even when the big prize, our buddy NED, has taken up residence in our bodies.”
Childhood cancer survivors are at a higher risk of pain and associated functional impairments later in life, study results show. These results, according to experts, highlight the need for routine pain screening in survivors.
March 30th 2021
By Jamie Cesanek
Acupuncture techniques proved to be an effective treatment that reduced pain severity and increased quality of life among a diverse sample of cancer survivors experiencing chronic musculoskeletal pain.
March 20th 2021
By Marissa Holzer
After enduring an extensive treatment of 60 chemotherapy infusions, a patient with metastatic breast cancer has developed a superpower — an extreme sense of smell.
March 12th 2021
The FDA’s recent approval of Cosela to reduce the frequency of chemotherapy-induced bone marrow suppression in adults who are receiving certain types of chemotherapy for extensive-stage small cell lung cancer is a “breath of fresh air,” according to an expert.
March 8th 2021
On social media, CURE® recently asked its readers to share if they have experienced cancer-related fatigue and how they have dealt with it.
March 4th 2021
By Brielle Benyon
Women with a history of depression had higher rates of cancer-related fatigue, according to recent study results.
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