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March 08, 2014
Letters from Our Readers
Letters from CURE readers.
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How to answer those "How can I help?" questions after a cancer diagnosis.
News on clinical trial results, drug approvals and updates on therapies.
One alternative to targeting specific tumor-associated proteins is to entice the patient’s immune system to attack the tumor directly.
By 2015, cancer centers must provide clear, concise survivorship plans to every patient.
Researchers have long studied whether anti-inflammatory drugs could prevent cancer and a host of other illnesses.
Cancer action organizations help advocates work with Congress and government agencies to affect legislation.
March 07, 2014
Experts weigh in on developing standards for cancer survivorship care.
Online access to your medical records can be a valuable asset, but shouldn't replace doctor-patient communication.
Inflammation is the body’s approach to defense and repair, but too much of it could inadvertently aid and abet the cancer.
Whether it is on the national stage or a local support group, advocacy after caregiving can be a rewarding experience.
An analysis of several studies found the risk of cancer in children born through IVF is low.
One of the most common side effects of radiation therapy is a skin condition called radiation dermatitis.
Biomarkers are increasingly used by patients to make decisions about cancer treatment, but they are one piece of a large, complex puzzle.
March 06, 2014
The information gleaned from cancer biomarkers can be both a treasure chest and a Pandora’s box.
Researchers study an unlikely connection between two diseases, cancer and Alzheimer's disease.
Keep your electronic medical records as secure as your paper records.
Food for Thought
Lycopene has health benefits, but whether it prevents cancer has not been confirmed.
Shelley Fuld Nasso, of the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, explains the importance of survivorship care.
Focusing on screening and genetic clues, progress in lung cancer shifts forward.
March 05, 2014
Who to tell, when to tell and how to answer all those questions about your cancer.
CURE editor-in-chief Debu Tripathy introduces readers to the CURE Spring 2014 issue.
February 28, 2014
Updates from ASCO's Genitourinary Cancers Symposium.
People news and updates about cancer.
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