Meetings to Focus on Young People with Cancer
Several meetings in early 2013 prepare to focus on young people with cancer.
Active Compound in Marijuana May Increase Testicular Cancer Risk
Active compound in marijuana may increase testicular cancer risk
TreatmentDiaries.com becomes a private website for patients and caregivers to share support and advice.
The Complete Guide to Complementary Therapies in Cancer Care
Book review of "The Complete Guide to Complementary Therapies in Cancer Care"
California Law Requires Radiation Dose Report
California passes a law that will detail radiation doses in a patient’s medical record.
Taking a Chance on Stem Cell Transplantation
When considering a stem cell transplantation, patients with cancer must be willing to take a chance.
Decision-Making After a Cancer Diagnosis
Empowered cancer patients make their own decisions after diagnosis, including treatment, support and lifestyle changes.
New Surgical Techniques Are Cutting Edge
New surgical techniques can limit the risk of postoperative complications in patients with cancer.
The Fat Factor in Cancer Recurrence Risk
Obesity may increase the risk of cancer recurrence. Here's what you can do to counteract it.
Renegotiating Family Dynamics After Cancer
Parents and young adults often renegotiate their relationship after a cancer diagnosis.
New Options for Colorectal Cancer
There are now more options for treating advanced colorectal cancer.
Comments from Readers
Readers respond to previous CURE articles.
Managing Urinary Incontinence
Urinary incontinence after a cancer diagnosis can be managed.
Coping with Appetite Changes
Coping with appetite changes from chemotherapy.
Melanoma, NED and me
The reality of "No Evidence of Disease" isn't clear for one patient who faced melanoma.
The Medicare Maze
Patients need a road map to navigate supplement policies.
Acupuncture Gets Another Nod of Approval
More evidence that acupuncture may help pain.
Preparing for Surgery
How someone prepares in the days before a cancer operation, both physically and mentally, can shape outcomes.
Hospitals, Medical Professionals Should Set an Example for Healthy Living
Q: Why do hospital cafeterias continue to offer foods that are clearly bad for people?
Whole-Genome Scan May Help Determine Best Treatment for Neuroblastoma
Whole-genome scan may help determine best treatment for neuroblastoma.
National Marrow Donor Program
Read about the National Marrow Donor Program.
Standards of Care
Every patient and physician should discuss a survivorship care plan and what belongs in it.
Customizing a Care Plan
Information on how to develop your indivdualized cancer survivorship care plan.
Dense Breasts and Cancer Screening
Breast density emerging as a cancer screening issue.
The latest in cancer prevention, diagnosis & treatment.
Networking: Building a Support Team
Tips for building a support team after a cancer diagnosis.
Singer Shaves Head to Demonstrate Support
Popular culture news about cancer.
Helpful Tips for Lifestyle Change
Tips for maintaining a healthy weight after cancer.
The Young Adult Spouse: The Other Caregivers
While parents often serve as caregivers for young adults with cancer, spouses or significant others sometimes play a role.
Colorectal Cancer Prevention Practices
Despite advances in drugs for metastatic colorectal cancer, the disease is still most successfully treated when detected early, while it is within the confines of its original location.
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