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August 09, 2017
Letters from Our Readers
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August 08, 2017
An oncologist considers the basis of the trust he and his patients share.
August 07, 2017
To prevent family conflicts over cancer treatment decisions, experts recommend a series of frank conversations.
From the Chairman
Oncologists and their patients don’t always get as much time to meet as they would like. Schedules are tight, appointments can be brief, and issues relevant to treatment and healing may be overlooked.
August 06, 2017
THE SUMMER ISSUE OF CURE® magazine features an update on brain tumors, a topic that has many connotations because of the aggressive nature of many types of brain cancers, but also because of the special organ this condition affects.
August 04, 2017
The nation’s cancer care system is becoming more aware of, and sensitive to, the needs of the LGBTQ community.
More than just wristwatches, wearable fitness trackers can help assess patients’ health, and the ONS Foundation plans to fund research into the devices.
August 02, 2017
Experts are exploring whether wearable fitness trackers can improve health during and after cancer treatment.
July 28, 2017
For some diagnosed with cancer, doing something radical can instill meaning and a sense of purpose.
July 27, 2017
One designer of the Cancer Moonshot explains how the initiative is being translated into action.
July 26, 2017
After a cancer diagnosis, there is a ton of medical information that patients and their caregivers must keep track of. Cancer Concierge developed a resource to help.
July 22, 2017
For many with glioblastoma, there’s no clear path after standard therapy, but scientists are exploring an array of new options.
Traveling Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic As A Cancer Survivor
The Definition of ‘Extraordinary’
Oncology Nurses Make ‘the Most Difficult Situation … Much Easier’
Immunotherapy Could “Provide A Whole New Realm” For Patients with Myeloma