Videos

3 Tips for Getting Comfortable With an Ostomy After GI Cancer Surgery

November 29th 2022

An expert offers three steps that patients can take to become more comfortable and confident with their ostomy after undergoing surgery for gastric cancer.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit Addressing Unmet Needs Panel: November 12, 2022

November 29th 2022

Watch Dr. Leif Ellisen, Dr. Dejan Juric, Dr. Beverly Moy and Natasha Mmeje answer questions about unmet needs during the CURE Educated Patient Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit Addressing Breast Cancer Disparity Presentation: November 12, 2022

November 28th 2022

Watch Dr. Beverly Moy, from Massachusetts General Hospital, discuss addressing breast cancer disparity during the CURE Educated Patient Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit Addressing Therapeutic Resistance Presentation: November 12, 2022

November 27th 2022

Watch Dr. Dejan Juric, from Massachusetts General Hospital, discuss therapeutic resistance during the CURE Educated Patient Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit HER2 and Triple-Negative Disease Panel: November 12, 2022

November 26th 2022

Watch Dr. Aditya Bardia, Dr. Arielle J. Medford and Dr. Neelima Vidula answer questions about HER2 and triple-negative disease during the CURE Educated Patient Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit Management of Triple Negative Disease Presentation: November 12, 2022

November 25th 2022

Watch Dr. Neelima Vidula, from Massachusetts General Hospital, discuss the management of triple-negative disease during the CURE Educated Patient Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit: November 12, 2022

November 24th 2022

Watch Dr. Arielle J. Medford, from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, discuss the management of HER2-positive disease during the CURE® Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Evaluating Existing and Future Surgical Options for Early-Stage Lung Cancer

November 23rd 2022

As part of its “Speaking Out” video series, Dr. Peter Baik, on behalf of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, discussed how far the space has come with surgical advances, and where it is headed, in treating early-stage lung cancer.

‘Time is of the Essence’ in Decision-Making for Early-Stage Lung Cancer

November 23rd 2022

As part of its “Speaking Out” video series, Dr. Peter Baik, on behalf of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, discussed the importance of timing and decision-making of treatment in early-stage lung cancer.

Expert Addresses Disparities in Lung Cancer Screening, What More Can Be Done

November 23rd 2022

As part of its “Speaking Out” video series, Dr. Peter Baik, on behalf of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, discussed disparities seen in lung cancer screening and what more can be done.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit HR-Positive Disease Panel: November 12, 2022

November 23rd 2022

Watch Dr. Aditya Bardia, Dr. Seth A. Wander and Dr. Laura M. Spring answer questions about HR-positive disease during the CURE Educated Patient Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit Overview of Management of Hormone Receptor-positive Breast Cancer: Third Line and Beyond Presentation: November 12, 2022

November 22nd 2022

Watch Dr. Laura M. Spring, from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, discuss treatment in third line and beyond for hormone receptor-positive breast cancer, during the CURE® Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Finding Support During a Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis

November 21st 2022

As a part of its “Speaking Out” video series, on behalf of the International Myeloma Foundation, CURE® spoke with their vice president of support, Robin Tuohy about the importance of support for patients with multiple myeloma, and their caregivers.

The Basics of Clinical Trials for Patients with Multiple Myeloma

November 21st 2022

As a part of its “Speaking Out” video series, on behalf of the International Myeloma Foundation, CURE® spoke with their chief medical officer, Dr. Joseph Mikhael about clinical trials for patients with multiple myeloma.

Spotlighting Disparities in Multiple Myeloma

November 21st 2022

As a part of its “Speaking Out” video series, on behalf of the International Myeloma Foundation, CURE® spoke with their chief medical officer, Dr. Joseph Mikhael about disparities in the multiple myeloma space.

Treating, Monitoring and Understanding Myeloma Precursors, MGUS and Smoldering Myeloma

November 21st 2022

As a part of its “Speaking Out” video series, on behalf of the International Myeloma Foundation, CURE® spoke with their chief medical officer, Dr. Joseph Mikhael about the precursors to multiple myeloma, MGUS and smoldering myeloma.

Managing the Risk of Infection for Patients with Multiple Myeloma

November 21st 2022

As a part of its “Speaking Out” video series, on behalf of the International Myeloma Foundation, CURE® spoke with their chief medical officer, Dr. Joseph Mikhael about the risk of infection for patients with multiple myeloma.

Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit Overview of Management of Hormone Receptor-positive Breast Cancer Presentation: November 12, 2022

November 21st 2022

Watch Dr. Seth A. Wander, from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, discuss the first- and second-line treatment of hormone receptor-positive breast cancer, during the CURE® Educated Patient® Metastatic Breast Cancer Summit.

Educating Patients About Cancer Disparities Can Empower Them in Screening and Treatment Decisions

November 16th 2022

When patients are aware of cancer disparities, it can empower them to be proactive about their care to close the prognostic gap between races.

Expert Answers Common Questions About Ostomies After GI Cancer Surgery

November 15th 2022

From odor to diet concerns, a nurse practitioner answers common questions about colostomies and ileostomies from patients with cancer.

With Transplant the Only Cure for Myelofibrosis, Clinical Trials, Patient-Provider Communication Is Key

November 14th 2022

Patients with myelofibrosis should be open about their treatment goals with their providers, and potentially consider getting a second opinion or participating in a clinical trial, one expert says.

Veteran Offers Advice to Other Military Personnel With Cancer: ‘There’s Nothing Worse Than Trying to Tough It Out’

November 11th 2022

After being diagnosed with sarcoma while deployed overseas, military veteran Brandi Benson realized the importance of speaking up about health complications.

Man Up to Cancer: Open Heart, Warrior Spirit

November 8th 2022

Stoma Prolapses Are Often ‘Alarming, But Not Dangerous’ After Colorectal Cancer Surgery

November 8th 2022

After undergoing a colorectal cancer surgery and getting an ostomy, patients may experience a prolapse, but it is not cause to panic, an expert says.

Providing Hope to Patients With Cancer Is the Best Part of the Job, Says an Oncologist

November 7th 2022

With advancements making a “huge difference” in lung cancer outcomes, one surgical oncologist said that offering his patients hope is the best part of his job.

Integrative Care May Be Beneficial During Treatment for Kidney Cancer

November 7th 2022

As a part of its Speaking Out video series, on behalf of KidneyCAN, CURE® spoke with Meryl Uranga, a patient advocate, about integrative care for kidney cancer.

Speaking Out About Side Effects From Kidney Cancer Treatment

November 7th 2022

As a part of its Speaking Out video series, on behalf of KidneyCAN, CURE® spoke with Meryl Uranga, a patient advocate, about the side effects associated with kidney cancer treatment.

Patients Should Stay Educated on the Growing Treatment Options for Kidney Cancer

November 7th 2022

As a part of its Speaking Out video series, on behalf of KidneyCAN, CURE® spoke with Meryl Uranga about the importance of patients being their own advocate when communicating with their physician.

Setting Expectations in a Patient-Physician Relationship Following a Kidney Cancer Diagnosis

November 7th 2022

As a part of its Speaking Out video series, on behalf of KidneyCAN, CURE® spoke with Meryl Uranga about the importance of patients being their own advocate when communicating with their physician.

Educated Patient® Webinar: GI Cancers Series Part 1: From Symptoms to Testing and More

November 3rd 2022

Hear from an expert panel of health care professionals and advocates who will discuss topics for patients, survivors and caregivers including diagnostic workup in GI cancers and the importance of testing.