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December 09, 2013
Pancreatic cancer as a paradigm.
Advertisements featuring real people discussing health problems caused by smoking motivated 1.6 million people to quit.
Michael Douglas reveals he has tongue cancer, John McVie of Fleetwood Mac and Vivian Campbell of Def Leppard receive cancer diagnoses and Breaking Bad superfan recognized.
Recent studies show that two common colorectal cancer screening practices are both effective.
The Place To Be
Reel Recovery offers free fly-fishing retreats for men recovering from cancer.
Researchers gathered for the 10th annual meeting of the Society for Integrative Oncology.
Long-term and late effects from toxic regimens from childhood cancer treatments include heart damage, lung problems and infertility.
Personalized medicine should be based on science, but also on quality care for the individual patient.
Book review of Michelle Whitlock's "How I Lost My Uterus and Found My Voice."
Setting goals during treatment can help patients to the finish line.
Whether it’s anticipating a trip or a
personal splurge, observing treatment
goals can help some patients withstand
the rigors of cancer therapy.
Scientists are learning how to outsmart and outwit treatment-resistant cancer cells.
Early research shows promise in screening and detecting pancreatic cancer at its earliest stages.
Pain after breast cancer surgery can be persistent and debilitating.
Pediatric cancer treatment has come a long way, but health problems persist in survivorship.
A recent report notes that certain health issues observed in young adult survivors are typically seen in much older individuals.
According to the National Cancer Institute, PTSD can affect adult survivors of childhood cancer.
While no drugs have been approved to treat chemobrain, some have shown some effectiveness or mixed results in trials.
Researchers have identified cognitive dysfunction, now they work to identify the mechanisms that might cause the problem.
Family members share challenges when caring for parents going through cancer treatment.
Distance caregiving is difficult, but far-flung family members can provide needed help.
The latest in cancer prevention, diagnosis & treatment.
Small, yet significant, advances are reshaping pancreatic cancer treatment.
December 08, 2013
Letters from Our Readers
Readers respond to the Fall 2013 issue of CURE.
Updates from the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology.
On The Web
The nonprofit Medicare Rights Center recently overhauled medicarerights.org to make it easier for visitors to access information about Medicare.
Patients should research both the surgeon and the technique when deciding on treatment.
Experts emphasize that patients should search for the best surgeon, not just the one who uses a robot.
Scientists examine cancer cell evolution to try to kill cancer once and for all.
When advocates unite, they can move a nation to act.
Essay from brain cancer survivor and young adult cancer advocate, Emily Morrison.
A new law hopes to speed drug development for therapies in the age of biomarker-driven treatment.
Cognitive issues related to cancer treatment might finally have some answers.
December 07, 2013
Food for Thought
Whole foods will always fare better than micronutrient supplements.
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