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Cure Connections

Dr. Ian Flinn provides a glimpse at an upcoming Cure Connections program, which will focus on chemotherapy-free treatment options in chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Before Dr. Eskander turns to the future treatment of ovarian cancer, participants consider how the treatment journey can affect caregivers.
A breakdown of the support networks patients can build and rely on as they receive treatment for ovarian cancer.
Considerations for maintaining mental and emotional well-being while going through a diagnosis of and treatment for ovarian cancer.
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Cure Expert Connections

A comprehensive review of both surgical and systemic treatment options for cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma.
Dr. Todd Schlesinger provides an overview on cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma, including considerations for presentation, diagnosis, and staging.
The importance of support networks and a multidisciplinary team when managing advanced-stage renal cancer.
A discussion regarding the significance of dose modification to mitigate toxicity burden.
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Cure TV

Dr. Mario Sznol
Because they have been found to be effective in the treatment of many types of cancer, including melanoma, immunotherapy drugs like anti-PD-1 agents and anti-CTLA4 therapies should not be discounted because of their toxicities.
Laura Michaelis, MD
Emergency room visits are costly and take a lot of time patients with cancer don’t have, which is why the creation of a 24-hour clinic to address cancer related symptoms and treatment side effects could prove vital for patients.
Cannon McMullin
Cannon McMullin was diagnosed with essential thrombocythemia at 8 years old and has remained positive through years of treatment by focusing on the things he likes to do.
Natalie Catalano
For Natalie Catalano, caregiving for her daughter with essential thrombocythemia included not only being a rock of support, but also being a vocal advocate for her daughter’s care team to make the right diagnosis.
 
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