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December 17th 2020
By Sponsored Content
A clinical research coordinator discusses how patients with cholangiocarcinoma can get involved in clinical trials, such as the phase 3 PROOF trial, as well as what they should know once they are enrolled.
By SPONSORED BY SANOFI
As the treatment landscape for multiple myeloma continues to evolve, it is key for patients to find a specialist in the field, ask questions and learn more about their options.
December 7th 2020
Dr. Yuliya Linhares discusses cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and the role of a multidisciplinary team of specialists in designing and managing care.
October 23rd 2020
By Sponsored by HandsFree Health
"WellBe was developed to provide meaningful health information on cancer while staying connected to loved ones with our calling and messaging capabilities.”
October 5th 2020
CLL patient shares his experience with the disease and the importance of aiming to live his life to the fullest despite his diagnosis.
August 5th 2020
By SPONSORED CONTENT BY MERCK IN COLLABORATION WITH GO2 FOUNDATION FOR LUNG CANCER
New Initiative Aims to Foster Informed Discussions Between Newly Diagnosed Lung Cancer Patients, Caregivers and Their Healthcare Team
July 7th 2020
By CURE Staff: SPONSORED BY CLOVIS ONCOLOGY
Dr. Jubilee Brown discussed the use of telemedicine and oral treatment options for patients with ovarian cancer, as well as offered advice to ease stress and anxiety throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 30th 2020
By SPONSORED CONTENT BY QED THERAPEUTICS
A gastrointestinal malignancy expert discusses the role genomics play in cholangiocarcinoma, as well as how genetic profiling may identify which treatment is best for patients.
February 28th 2020
By SPONSORED CONTENT BY SEATTLE GENETICS
“If there’s one thing I can say about cancer treatment, it’s that no one should have to go through it alone,” says one survivor of Hodgkin lymphoma.
February 7th 2020
Patient Rod Gilmore shares his experience with multiple myeloma and the importance of creating a strategy to manage the disease.
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