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May 4th 2021
By Ryan McDonald
There is some low-level evidence that suggests medical marijuana or cannabinoids may reduce chemotherapy-related side effects in patients with cancer, according to data presented at a recent medical conference. However, experts note more research is needed to build on those findings.
May 3rd 2021
On social media, CURE® recently asked its readers to share what must-haves they bring with them on days they receive treatment for cancer.
April 28th 2021
By Antonia DePace
Several factors including female sex, lower socioeconomic status and high intensity surgery were associated with a higher risk of moderate-to-severe symptoms in older adults with cancer following surgery.
April 23rd 2021
By Martha Carlson
A patient discusses her experiences with long-term side effects from cancer treatment and details her frustration with the lack of focus on chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy in patients with advanced cancer.
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
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
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.
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