Blog: A do-it-yourself treatment program for cancer survivors
Blog on the YOCAS study from ASCO 2010.
Blog: Hair, Glorious Hair
A blog by Kathy LaTour, breast cancer survivor, on how hair loss affected her after cancer.
Words of Wisdom
Ovarian cancer survivor, Annette Leal Mattern, offers up advice on living with metastatic disease.
Videos from Yoga Bear
Yoga videos from Yoga Bear, a nonprofit organization that offers yoga community to cancer patients and survivors.
Chilling Hair News
Researchers make advances in scalp cooling to prevent hair loss.
Herb Could Work Against Advanced Breast Cancer
Early trial shows botanical for advanced breast cancer ready for next step.
The website www.journeyforward.org was designed to help oncologists, primary care physicians and their patients improve their survivorship care.
Predicting Colorectal Cancer Recurrence
ColoPrint gene assay can help guide treatment options for some colorectal patients, study shows.
Transplants More Effective for Young Adults with AML
Adolescents with AML tend to do better with stem cell transplant.
Letters From Our Readers
Letters from CURE readers.
Cancer: The Change I Cherish
An essay from a lung cancer survivor on how he copes with living with a hard-to-treat cancer.
The Legal Side of Chemobrain
Getting back to work after cancer can be intimidating, especially if complicated with symptoms of chemobrain.
The latest in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Jumping on the Ban Wagon
States jump on the smoking ban wagon.
Favre Visits Pediatric Patient
Brett Favre, Adam Levine and Pete Postlethwaite make cancer news.
Know Your Rights
Cancer Legal Resource Center offers free conferences.
Q & A: Medicare and Advance Care Planning
Should Medicare pay for advance care planning?
The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer
Siddhartha Mukherjee, MD, PhD, has turned cancer into a page turner.
Reflecting on hair loss as a gift.
Bending the Rules
Yoga has earned accolades as a complementary therapy, and now studies are confirming its value.
Expecting the Unexpected
Early planning can ease financial and insurance issues.
Mining Cancer Data in the Molecular Age
Modern medicine no longer relies on information just gleaned from under a microscope.
Reclaim Your Brain
Nine simple steps you can start doing today.
A Primer on How Faster Approval Works
The FDA's drug-approval process has several tracks that help medications quickly go from clinical research to clinical use.
Origins of Ovarian Cancer
A breakdown of different types of ovarian cancer.
CA-125: What the Numbers Tell Us
Researchers are looking for effective screening methods for ovarian cancer.
Yoga by Any Other Name
There are many different types of yoga.
Lifting the Fog on Chemobrain
New research helps clarify what chemobrain is and why it happens.Â
Hurdles on the Faster Track
Patients and the FDA battle over Avastin's breast cancer indication.
Breaking Out of the Silence
Advances in ovarian cancer gain ground.
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