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Breast Cancer

Feature Video
Breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer. Because there are many different types of breast cancer and several ways to treat the disease, CURE Connections wants to answer the questions you might have following a recent diagnosis. Throughout this program, you will hear about the different testing procedures that are available for screening, what to do once diagnosed, and how to find the best possible care team, from expert oncologists and breast cancer patients.
Martha Carlson
At 42,000 US deaths a year, the push to call metastatic breast cancer "chronic" is premature.
Alexandra Guadagno
The FDA approved Kadcyla for adjuvant treatment of patients with HER2-positive early breast cancer who have residual invasive disease after neoadjuvant taxane and Herceptin-based treatment.
Jessica Skarzynski
Here are the top 5 CURE stories for April 2019.
Katie Kosko
Researchers examined the prevalence of chronic opioid use among survivors of breast, colorectal and lung cancer.
Martha Carlson
I didn't see how alone I was with cancer until I found purpose and friendships with advocacy.
Barbara Bittner, RN, OCN
Barbara Bittner, RN, OCN, a finalist for the CURE® Extraordinary Healer® Award for Oncology Nursing, talked about her advocacy work with Charlene’s Dream – a community-based cancer resource center for women.
Khevin Barnes
I'm often asked how things are going with my male breast cancer diagnosis. What's the right answer?
Susan G. Komen - Greater NYC
Susan G. Komen Greater NYC to honor exceptional and inspiring individuals and organizations at its annual Impact Awards May 22, 2019 Cipriani 42nd Street.
Beth Fand Incollingo
Menopausal women who take hormonal therapy after surgery for breast cancer may be prone to long-term “chemo brain” – potentially benefitting from cognitive therapy or other interventions.
Martha Carlson
How a single phone call can change cancer outcomes and improve patient lives.

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