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September 22, 2009
Do you know the recommended screening guidelines for cancer?
September 21, 2009
Every cancer case or medical decision may not require a multidisciplinary team, but here are some signs that may help you decide.
September 16, 2009
Chronic inflammation causes cancer. Find out how and what's being done about it.
A positive turn of events for a "negative" tumor.
Letters from Our Readers
Readers respond to past articles.
Cooling hot flashes brought on by cancer treatments.
When it comes to cancer, sometimes all we can do is laugh.
Drugs in the News
New therapy available for renal cell carcinoma and first maintenance therapy is approved for lung cancer.
Does the evidence always support intuition?
New research highlights drawbacks of tests aimed at early detection.
Teens open up about their parents' cancers.
Women ignite change across the globe.
Sorting out the emotions of loss.
FDA gets power over Big Tobacco.
Remembering Ted Kennedy, Farrah Fawcett, and Don Hewitt.
The Place To Be
Living Beyond Breast Cancer hosts annual fall conference.
Study shows how to prevent rash caused by certain cancer drugs.
Tamoxifen and antidepressants may not mix.
Kids with cancer, their siblings, and parents learn relaxation, meditation, and breathing techniques.
Fashion designer Donna Karan wants to start a new trend with her integrative therapy program.
On The Web
New site offers one-stop shop for financial help.
The Complete Eldercare Planner guides families through caring for loved ones.
Get into the spirit with Meaghan Edelstein's Spirit Jump.
One organization strives to improve cancer screening.
Teenagers express their feelings about a parent’s cancer diagnosis through an essay contest run by Gilda’s Club Seattle.
Interviewing your medical team about multidisciplinary care may prove beneficial.
Fears can be magnified when a cancer diagnosis involves many unknowns, as is the case for triple-negative breast cancer.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure has expanded its goal of breast cancer advocacy to the world stage.
How to help a child grieve a loss of a parent.
One parent survivor tells how humor and openness helped her teenagers and her preteen to accept her diagnosis of thyroid cancer.
Women from around the globe gathered at the Reach to Recovery International meeting to learn from others how to advocate for breast cancer survivors in their home countries.
Deciding to screen for any type of cancer can be a big decision. Here are some resources to help you decide what may be best for you.
Resources and information on managing sexuality and intimacy issues for cancer patients and survivors.
Not only can a chronic inflammatory condition promote cancer, but it can play a role in other conditions including obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
After a loss, caregivers often face the awkward questions of well-wishers.
Treatment for cancer treatment-related hot flashes.
The LIVESTRONG Global Cancer Campaign works to address the global cancer burden.
September 15, 2009
Food for Thought
Probiotics may be good for the gut.
What is multidisciplinary care, and where can patients get it?
Sex toys and lubricant and erotic books, oh my!
September 14, 2009
Treating an ovarian cancer relapse as soon as it can be detected seems like a good idea. But not so fast, a major study has concluded.
To learn more about managing cancer treatment-related hot flashes in men and women, CURE talked with Debra Barton, PhD, associate professor of oncology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
September 10, 2009
There's now something to take aim at in triple-negative breast cancer.
My Nemesis the Gold-Capped Vial
Patients with Hematologic Cancers Benefit from a Walking Program
Jakafi-Novel Therapy Combo Improves Symptom Burden in Patients with Myelofibrosis
Doctor’s Experience as a Cancer Caregiver Is Helping Educate Others