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June 19, 2013
Studies suggest mind-body surgery prep may reduce anxiety and help healing.
Caregivers to patients with cancer find benefits in the experience.
Think about the long-term consequences of cancer treatment.
Letters from Our Readers
Letters from CURE readers about the Spring 2013 issue.
According to a recent report by the American Cancer Society, cancer has now surpassed heart disease as the No. 1 cause of death in the Hispanic population.
Learn how to put cancer-related insomnia to sleep.
Food for Thought
Grapefruit juice may interfere with some anticancer agents.
The winning entry from CURE?’s 2013 Extraordinary Healer Award for Oncology Nursing essay contest.
A social worker shares insights about healthcare affordability.
Updates from the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Legislation introduced in the Senate aims to provide support to investigating cancer clusters.
People, news and events about cancer in the public eye.
Q: Is it just me, or is anyone else at all concerned about the quality of food served in hospitals?
A new study pinpoints why Hispanic children are at increased risk of acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
The Place To Be
On Nov. 3, thousands of people from across the nation are expected to converge on the nation’s capital to participate in the fourth National Race to End Women's Cancer, an event designed to raise awareness about gynecologic cancers.
Experts call for medical professionals to engage patients in conversations about tobacco cessation.
On The Web
MyClinicalTrialLocator.com is a new site that aims to make a clinical trial search easier.
Dan Shapiro's new book explores the dynamics of relationships throughout cancer.
Research shows that qi gong, an ancient Eastern exercise that incorporates rhythmic breathing and movement, may help patients dealing with cancer.
Robert Kyle is changing lives through research.
Medical guidelines and personal experience helped three-time survivor Susie Leigh recognize post-cancer heart issues.
Hospital infection rates have decreased, which is good news for cancer patients.
Treatments for cancer-related insomnia.
Under normal circumstances, hormonal changes occur later in life, but in adolescents and young adults who have cancer, menopause and andropause can occur earlier as a result of treatment.
A recent study shows that the caregiving role, with its physical and mental demands, may also have health benefits.
Training caregivers of patients with cancer to recognize the value in the work could lead to happier mental health outcomes.
When Autumn Colbert's mother, Patricia Colbert Brown, received a diagnosis of multiple myeloma in October 2011, she didn’t think twice about becoming her mother's caregiver.
Children also experience distress, but a child's risks and coping mechanisms depend largely on age and maturity level.
Before patients begin a cancer treatment that carries a risk of cardiac side effects, they should confirm their heart health.
June 18, 2013
New treatments for multiple myeloma target the disease in different ways.
Recognizing & managing distress can lead to better outcomes.
Taking the time to do your homework can help when it comes to choosing a hospital for your cancer surgery.
Preserving fertility is an essential issue for young patients and survivors.
The latest in cancer prevention, diagnosis & treatment.
Can encouraging words during surgery from the medical team help improve outcome?
June 17, 2013
Patients should be awareÂ of possible cardiac toxicities & what to do about them.
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