The Speaking Out video series ensures that we are giving patients, caregivers, and advocates as much helpful information as possible for their cancer journey. In this series, we work with leading cancer advocacy groups to offer advice and assistance to individuals across various cancer types, as well as their caregivers, advocates, and health care professionals.
June 4th 2021
Doctors Yanghee Woo and Sam Klempner react to the rise in the prevalence of gastric cancer in a younger population of patients and emphasize the need for increased funding and research efforts.
May 12th 2021
In this edition of the Speaking Out video series, on behalf of the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance,CURE spoke with Dr. Michael Moore, from Indiana University School of Medicine about the basics of head and neck cancer.
April 7th 2021
CURE spoke with the LUNGevity Foundation about lung cancer and its treatments, as well as aspects to cancer outside of day-to-day care.
March 3rd 2021
CURE spoke with Dr. Ogori Kalu, on behalf of the Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Foundation, about the psychosocial effects from a diagnosis, as well as treatment and its side effects.
January 24th 2021
On behalf of the National Pancreas Foundation, CURE spoke with Dr. Michael Goggin, from Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Tom Birsic, an executive board member since the organization’s inception, about living with pancreatic cancer.
January 19th 2021
On behalf of the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation, CURE spoke with Drs. Steven M. Horwitz and Lauren Pinter-Brown about the basics of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, as well as current treatment options and those being evaluated for the rare disease.
December 18th 2020
CURE spoke with representatives of the National Pancreas Foundation on treatment options and outcomes for pancreatic cancer.
November 24th 2020
On behalf of the American Lung Association, CURE spoke with two health care professionals about lung cancer screening, disparities in care and why clinical trials are important to consider.
October 23rd 2020
On behalf of METAvivor, CURE spoke with Jamil Rivers and Kate Watson about metastatic breast cancer – from its treatment to how it affects individuals and their families.