Low-Risk Cancers: Can We Ignore Them?
What should we do with low-risk cancers?
Meeting Dr. Brodie
The goods on good medicine.
Painful joint pain doesn't have to disrupt treatment.
The latest in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Skin Cancer's Risk is Cumulative
We know what we need to do to prevent skin cancer, and now is the time to do it.
Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Conference
The 17th international Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Conference will be held Oct. 17 to 19, 2014 in Denver.
Living with Lymphedema
The condition can be managed, and new treatments are being investigated.
The DCIS Dilemma
Will suspicious cells remain idle or become aggressive breast cancers?
Personalizing Cancer Care with Precision Medicine
The personalized medicine revolution is gaining momentum.
Preparing for a Cancer-Related Emergency
Know which symptoms call for immediate action and which can be safely ignored.
Are You an Overbearing Caregiver?
Overattentive caregivers can undermine patient recovery.
Hospice Provides Time and Space for End-of-Life Discussions
At its best, hospice provides time and space for end-of-life conversations.
The Affordable Care Act and Access to Cancer Care
Health insurance providers can no longer arbitrarily cancel coverage when people get cancer.
Prehabilitation Aims to Prepare Patients for What Lies Ahead
Preparing physically for treatment could play a role in recovery of cancer.
Tough Talk: Preparing for End of Life
Discussing end-of-life care can help ensure a dignified death.
Is There a Connection Between Food Preservatives and Cancer?
While some research has shown that preservatives could be linked to cancer, the science is limited and contradictory.
Comments From Readers
Comments from readers on the Summer 2014 issue of CURE.Â
Tom's River: A Story of Science and Salvation
Tom's River tells the tale of what happens when a chemical company with irresponsible waste disposal practices sets up shop in a quiet seaside town in New Jersey.
Members of Congress Rally for Medicare Coverage of Lung Cancer Screening
Members of Congress rallied this summer to support Medicare coverage of low-dose computed tomography screening for seniors at risk for developing lung cancer.
Sunburns During Teen Years Increase Melanoma Risk
Sun exposure during the earlier part of life, specifically in young white women, seems to be predictive of melanoma risk, according to a new study.
Anchorman Scott Inspires at ESPYs
Longtime "SportsCenter" co-anchor Stuart Scott was honored with the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at ESPN's annual ESPY Awards on July 16.
Power of Placebo Effect
Results of a new study on omega-3 fatty acid show a surprising placebo effect.
Triage Cancer is a nonprofit organization that provides education and resources about an array of survivorship issues.
Meditation Shows Potential for Relieving Pediatric Cancer Pain
Recent studies that suggest meditation can reduce the perception of pain in adults have prompted researchers to explore whether it could provide pain relief for children with neuroblastoma.
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