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March 4th 2021, 10:00pm
While it is important to educate oneself after receiving a diagnosis of cancer, it’s also critical to know when to step away and find a balance between cancer and life, according to Diane Zipursky-Quale.
March 3rd 2021, 10:00pm
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.
February 23rd 2021, 2:00pm
Positive results from the phase 3 CLEAR clinical trial, presented at the 2021 ASCO Genitourinary Cancers Symposium, are just one more dataset that could offer “a sense of hope and promise” for patients with advanced renal cell carcinoma (RCC), says the study’s lead author, Dr. Robert J. Motzer.
February 21st 2021, 4:00pm
Breast cancer survivor and Evofem Biosciences founder and CEO Saundra Pelletier shares her thoughts on a new hormone-free contraceptive gel that could improve sexual quality of life in patients with cancer.
February 19th 2021, 9:30pm
Treating CLL with CALQUENCE® (acalabrutinib)
February 19th 2021, 1:00pm
February 17th 2021, 3:00pm
Ahead of the release of their book, “Off Our Chests”, Dr. John Marshall and his wife, Liza, look back on the trials and tribulations of Liza’s triple-negative breast cancer diagnosis – from the perspective of a patient and her husband, the caregiver and oncologist.
February 13th 2021, 4:00pm
For patients to maintain or improve their quality of life through their cancer treatment, it is pivotal that they communicate with their health care team.
February 12th 2021, 10:20pm
Clinical trials remain the gold standard when it comes to finding new treatment options for patients, particularly when it comes to renal cell carcinoma. But even if the results are positive and this combination proves to be beneficial, patients should still discuss all of their options with their oncologist to find the right sequence of treatment, says one expert.
February 8th 2021, 10:00pm
Diane Powis spent more than 10 months bouncing from one doctor to the next before finally being “blindsided by” a diagnosis of stage 3 ovarian cancer. But as her initial feelings of isolation and fear wore off, Powis soon learned that she wasn’t alone – and that help and information were out there.
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