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September 16, 2011
A collection of archived imaging articles from CURE.
September 14, 2011
Are supplements and nutraceuticals during cancer treatment helpful or all hype?
Scientists research whether cancer stem cells are the key to eradicating the disease.
No rest for advocates who’ve made cancer their mission.
Not all cancer imaging tests are alike.
Cancer survivors turn to wellness coaches for guidance.
For cancer survivors, health care is anything but routine.
Managing family dynamics during cancer can be complicated.
Texas joins nine other states in requiring health insurance providers to cover oral chemo the same as I.V. treatments.
People, events and news about cancer.
Aromasin (exemestane) reduces the risk of post-menopausal breast cancer.
Nurse Theresa Brown pens new book.
On The Web
George Washington University Cancer Institute unveils a cancer survivorship map.
Patients suffer when diagnostic and treatment data doesn't flow from one doctor to another.
The Place To Be
Researchers and advocates head to the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium in December.
The term “stem cells” has taken on a scientific, political and conversational context over the past few years for many reasons.
Letters from Our Readers
Letters, comments and feedback from CURE readers.
Cancer-related diarrhea can be cause for concern.
Nutritional supplement research is unsatisfactory.
The latest in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
A daughter honors her mother by being truthful.
Food for Thought
Açaí berry’s effect on cancer in question.
Researchers spend years uncovering what can cause cancer and what to do about it.
Interview and research a potential cancer coach before hiring.
Cancer patients and survivors should discuss supplement and vitamin use with their oncologists.
A primer on cancer clinical trials.
Giving money to support a cancer charity can be a tough decision. Here are some tips.
Here are some points to ponder as you try to decide whether to establish a charity and how to make it work.
Previvors have unique medical and psychosocial concerns that require specialized care.
There are many ways to connect with other cancer caregivers, so there’s virtually no reason to go it alone.
Study shows flaxseed doesn't help with hot flashes.
A collection of archived supplement articles from CURE.
Recent studies link vitamin D and folate intake to colon cancer risk reduction.
Study shows adult survivors of childhood cancer may have sleep issues that negatively affect cognitive function.
The next generation of cancer imaging
Mothering a Daughter with Cancer
Our Microbiome: A Reflection of Ourselves?
How Can Cancer Survivors Help The Newly Diagnosed?
CURE Honors World Ovarian Cancer Day