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June 16, 2014
The NCNN recommends testing for Lynch syndrome for at-risk individuals, regardless of whether they have colorectal cancer.
The Place To Be
The second national convention of women cancer survivors is scheduled for July 31–Aug. 2 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tenn.
Patients no longer have to go through the doctor who ordered clinical tests to learn the results; instead, they can get the results directly from the lab.
Research says turmeric could prevent cancer, as well as suppress growth of cancer cells by targeting a particular protein in a cellular pathway.
Project: EveryChild is collecting biologic samples, such as blood, tissue and other specimens, from children undergoing treatment.
On The Web
Chemo Brain Doc Notes is a free app that helps cancer patients and caregivers with their medical appointments.
Cancer survivors should learn understand their treatment and look out for problems that could occur after treatment.
Written by a husband who supported his wife through her illness, Husband’s Guide to Breast Cancer offers a straightforward game plan to guide men in their role as caregiver.
Maintaining bone health is essential throughout cancer treatment.
What you should know about bone density during cancer treatment.
Researchers need to learn more about the biology of liver cancer to develop better treatments.
Support groups help neuropathy sufferers find new treatments and fellow survivors.
Food for Thought
Cooking on the grill can add carcinogens to your meal. Here's how to avoid them.
Caregivers are key to transitioning patients throughout the course of care.
For cancer caregivers, preparation is key to reducing the potential for hospital readmission.
The latest in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
A strong bond makes all the difference to an oncologist.
June 15, 2014
The National Cancer Institute launched its Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer with the goal of using nanomedicine to change the way cancer is treated.
A strong therapeutic alliance between cancer patients and oncologists has numerous benefits.
People with cancer can play a major role in managing their illness.
Refined treatments and targeted drugs signal slow yet significant progress for liver cancer.
Patients, physicians and researchers are learning that integrative therapies have a place in cancer care.
Integrative medicine can be described by five categories, including mind/body, energy and ancient medical systems.
When trying to cope with peripheral neuropathy, sufferers could benefit from others’ success.
Cancer’s traumatic impact can have lasting effects.
Nature can still spring some surprises—even when the toxic effects of cancer treatments have seemingly closed the fertility door for some men and women.
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy can be difficult to treat, and even when patients find some relief, they still must cope with it by making adjustments to their daily activities.
Drugs have more than one name, which can be confusing for cancer patients.
June 14, 2014
Complementary medicine was once a secret sideline for many patients. While that’s changing, communication barriers still remain.
The winning entry from CURE's 2014 Extraordinary Healer Award for Oncology Nursing essay contest.
June 05, 2014
Letters from Our Readers
Letters from CURE readers.
Editor-in-chief Debu Tripathy comments on the Summer issue of CURE.
June 04, 2014
The Divinyls' lead singer, Chrissy Amphlett, died in April, but her wish to have "I Touch Myself" become a breast cancer anthem was honored by other music artists.
Building a family after cancer treatment can be a productive challenge.
May 31, 2014
Cancer researchers and clinicians gathered in Chicago to discuss advances in cancer research.
My Nemesis the Gold-Capped Vial
Patients with Hematologic Cancers Benefit from a Walking Program
Jakafi-Novel Therapy Combo Improves Symptom Burden in Patients with Myelofibrosis
Doctor’s Experience as a Cancer Caregiver Is Helping Educate Others