CURE’s sarcoma page features the latest cancer news and updates on sarcoma Through articles, videos, podcasts, and more, CURE brings readers the insights of experts, cancer survivors, patients, and advocates to ensure everyone is up to date in sarcoma.
September 23rd 2022
From a rare malignancy to sexual dysfunction, this special issue explores some of the less talked about aspects of cancer.
September 15th 2022
Here’s how I plan to handle sadness, anger, loneliness, regret and guilt that comes with rebuilding my life after cancer.
September 5th 2022
My cancer surgeon is retiring. Here’s a fond farewell to the man who saved my life — multiple times.
August 29th 2022
I'm no longer the "helpless patient with cancer," though sometimes I need a reminder to keep myself in check.
August 16th 2022
As I recover from the traumatic effects of cancer, I’m realizing that success has much to do with mindset and optimism.
August 10th 2022
Treatment with a combination of Imfinzi and the novel drug tremelimumab demonstrated promising results in certain patients with advanced or metastatic sarcoma, which are rare cancers of the bone and soft tissue.
August 5th 2022
From the late YouTuber “Technoblade” being honored by the Sarcoma Foundation of America to a country singer making a leukemia survivor’s dreams come true, here’s what’s happening in the cancer space this week.
August 4th 2022
I recently read a book about the psychology of money, and actually related much of the content to my life after osteosarcoma.
July 26th 2022
My oncology team and I decided that it was OK to decrease the frequency of cancer-related scans, leaving me both relieved and nervous.
July 20th 2022
Even in the public health shadows of the more common cancers like breast cancer, for the few but strong patients with a sarcoma diagnosis, we are obligated to spread awareness, restore hope and with specialist care, ensure the best possible outcomes.
July 11th 2022
After being diagnosed with cancer, I took a hard look at what I was eating and made some positive changes.
June 27th 2022
After cancer, I now have more empathy for people going through health crises, though when I see others posting inspirational stories on social media, I can’t help but to wonder how much strife they have actually been through.
June 16th 2022
Adolescents and young adults with sarcoma, a group of cancers that begin in the bone and soft tissue, need more education regarding chronic pain management and opioid addiction, according to a group of researchers.
June 15th 2022
Seeing a friend meet up for a business meeting made me miss my fast-paced life before cancer, but reminded me to trust the process of where I am now.
June 7th 2022
The use of the chemotherapy ifosfamide was associated with small improvements in survival outcomes in a group of patients with relapsed/refractory Ewing sarcoma, a rare type of bone or soft tissue cancer.
June 3rd 2022
I trusted my oncology team with my life, so it was important that I found doctors I was comfortable with.
June 3rd 2022
From chef Gordon Ramsay sharing a meal with a 13-year-old fan with Ewing sarcoma, to a dermatologist on a playground spotting a mother’s skin cancer, here’s a look at what’s happening in the cancer space this week.
May 27th 2022
I didn’t know that starting a blog and turning to social media at the age of 30 after a cancer diagnosis would be so beneficial. But, I’m glad it turned out that way.
May 9th 2022
The cancer experience is far from over when scans turn up clear. Here’s how I deal with triggering reminders of the disease.
May 4th 2022
The first patient was dosed in a clinical trial evaluating the radiopharmaceutical agent, CycloSam, in patients with bone cancer or cancer that has metastasized to the bone.
April 29th 2022
Throughout my cancer experience, I’ve relied heavily on friends and family for support. But as they are moving on and starting families of their own, I realized how much time I’ve lost to cancer.
April 29th 2022
From an osteosarcoma survivor modeling inclusivity in the fashion world to rock guitarist Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs being diagnosed with cancer, here’s what’s happening in the cancer space this week.
April 20th 2022
My wife and I took a weekend break from the worries of cancer and everyday life, but things did not go as planned, forcing me to tap into all the self-work I’ve been focusing on this year.
April 8th 2022
From liver cancer survivor planning to run the upcoming Boston Marathon with his organ donor to a common HIV drug showing promise in treating colorectal cancer, here’s what’s happening in the cancer space this week.
March 10th 2022
Aesthetic appearances, according to an expert at the UCSF, are often important for patients following the surgical treatment of cancer. Advancements in this space over the past 20 years have allowed many to patients to look as normal as possible.
March 9th 2022
My osteosarcoma has been under control for a few years now, and in my moments of free time, I start to feel guilty for lacking the drive to take on more.
March 3rd 2022
Significant challenges include improving detection and response to inner ear side effects among cancer survivors following the use of certain drugs and therapies.
February 28th 2022
The post-scanxiety crash felt like an avalanche for me, and even though my scans were clear, it took talking to another cancer survivor to snap me out of it.
December 29th 2021
Children with low skeletal muscle density were more likely to have hematologic toxicities from chemotherapy, but more research is needed to determine whether this measure is an accurate predictor of chemotoxicities in lymphoma.