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December 09, 2008
A new chapter in the cancer tale.
Letters from Our Readers
Readers respond to past articles.
CURE revisits people featured in past issues, including Phillip Berman, Callie Caylor, and Edith Joyner.
New law protects health benefits for ill students.
LIVESTRONG's global goal and Paul Newman.
The Place To Be
Young breast cancer survivors meet in Dallas.
Nationwide exercise program for survivors.
New colorectal cancer screening gets high marks.
Trial confirms finasteride prevents prostate cancer.
Cancer survivor, author, and actress Kris Carr releases her second book on how to be a crazy, sexy cancer survivor.
Going it alone in the fight against cancer.
What to do about weight gain during treatment.
How to avoid nausea and vomiting during treatment.
The validity of performing monthly breast self-exams to improve survival rates is again being questioned.
Care plans outline what's next for survivors.
Food for Thought
Strategies for dining out during treatment.
Controlling lymphedema with the old and the new.
How laws help working caregivers.
What I didn't know then about childhood cancer.
Drugs in the News
Treanda and Sancuso patch approved.
Advocating for yourself and your loved one.
Steps for a management plan for the working caregiver.
Funding for lymphedema research is desperately needed.
A Q&A with Patricia Ganz, MD.
Predicting drug response in colorectal cancer.
KRAS gene mutations are detected in various cancers, including colorectal.
A timeline of KRAS research.
Issues after surgery can be taxing for patient and caregiver.
Breast cancer survivors find a constructive outlet for their altruism.
Flipping cancer's "off" switch.
Epigenetics has broad impact on overall health.
Epigenetics may turn the field of toxicology upside down.
Start slowly when developing a exercise plan after treatment.
Resources are available for single cancer patients.
Food preparation tips for single cancer patients.
Anorexia and cachexia is common among patients with advanced cancer.
Only 10 percent of cancers are due to inherited mutations.
Predictive markers help oncologists match patients with the most effective treatments.
Reduce breast cancer risk through diet and lifestyle.
Controversy surrounds lung cancer screening.
A personal recount of a long-term effect of breast cancer surgery.
On The Web
A new clinical trial site for breast cancer patients.
Photographers offer services to childhood cancer patients.
A daughter fights the stigma of lung cancer in honor of her mother.
Several web sites offer cancer survivorship plans.
Expanded resources for working caregivers.
News updates from the American Society of Hematology and the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
YMCA announces sites that will use the LAF survivorship program.
Treatments for nausea and vomiting.
Find a trial tailored for you.
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CURE Honors World Ovarian Cancer Day