Videos

Early Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: The IMpower010 Trial

January 24th 2022

An expert oncologist details the design, outcomes, and clinical implications of the IMpower010 trial.

Early Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer and the ADAURA Trial

January 24th 2022

Dr. Jessica Donington explains how the results of the ADAURA trial changed the treatment algorithm in the adjuvant setting in early non-small cell lung cancer.

‘Make an Impact and Seize the Day’ Says Cancer Survivor Who Launched Kindness Challenge

January 21st 2022

Lorelei Colbert was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer at 28 and used her experience to launch the “Chemo to Kindness” challenge that inspired others around the world to do acts of good.

Early Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: Chemotherapy and Toxicity

January 17th 2022

Martin Dietrich, MD, PhD, describes the toxicity profiles of chemotherapy agents used in the adjuvant setting in early non-small cell lung cancer.

Early Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer and Adjuvant Therapy

January 17th 2022

Two experts detail the use of adjuvant therapy, including chemotherapy, in treating early non-small cell lung cancer.

Know the Risks and Benefits of Robotic Navigational Bronchoscopy for Lung Cancer

January 15th 2022

While robotic navigational bronchoscopy is an exciting advancement in diagnosing and staging lung cancer, the procedure does come with some risks and factors to consider, explained one expert.

From Vaccines to Pills and Clinical Trials: An Overview of Treatments to Protect Patients With Cancer from COVID-19

January 13th 2022

An infectious disease expert explains the new and upcoming treatment modalities that are improving COVID-19 outcomes for patients with cancer and other conditions that compromise the immune system.

‘Shock to the Heart’: A Cancer Survivor Recalls the Emotions of Her First Chemo Treatment

January 12th 2022

After not knowing quite what to expect from her first chemotherapy treatment, colorectal cancer survivor Yla Flores describes the pain she felt in her heart after seeing other patients in worse conditions.

Molecular Testing for Early Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

January 11th 2022

Dr. Martin Dietrich explains the role of molecular testing in early non-small cell lung cancer.

An Overview of Early Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

January 11th 2022

Martin Dietrich, MD, PhD, and Jessica Donington, MD, MSCR, provide an overview on early non-small cell lung cancer and the available treatment options.

Go2 Foundation Expert Explains Who Should Be Screened for Lung Cancer and Why

January 4th 2022

Angela Criswell, director of quality screening and program initiatives at GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, discusses early detection and screening for lung cancer.

Biomarker Testing Helps To ‘Identify the Typos in a Script’ Following a Lung Cancer Diagnosis

January 4th 2022

Daniel Saez, treatment and trials navigator at the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, discusses biomarker testing and precision medicine in lung cancer.

Combatting an Isolating Disease: An Expert Offers Lung Cancer Resources for Patients, Caregivers

January 4th 2022

Susan Smedley, national manager of community fundraising and endurance events at GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, offers resources for patients with lung cancer and their loved ones, as well as ways to get involved in the community.

While QOL Preferences Can Be Different, Lung Cancer Resources Can Match Patient Needs

January 4th 2022

Susan Smedley, national manager of community fundraising and endurance events at GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, discusses quality of life in lung cancer, and ways patients can communicate preferences to their health care providers.

‘Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for a Second Opinion,’ Cancer Expert Says

December 22nd 2021

Communication, self-advocacy and having someone in your corner are all critical tools to bring to a cancer care visit, says an expert from MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.

Male Breast Cancer Survivor Went From Feeling Alone to Feeling Connected to All Survivors

December 17th 2021

One male breast cancer survivor explains why he considers his cancer experience an “adventure into the unknown,” where he draws inspiration from every survivor he meets.

Understanding the Importance of NCCN Guidelines in Metastatic TNBC

December 15th 2021

As part of its Speaking Out video series, CURE spoke with Dr. Rebecca Moroose, from Orlando Health Cancer Institute, and Dr. Virginia G. Kaklamani, from UT Health San Antonio, about the National Comprehensive Cancer Network guidelines and what they mean for patients.

NCCN Guidelines: Making Shared Decisions in Metastatic TNBC

December 15th 2021

As part of its CURE Speaking Out video series, CURE spoke with Dr. Rebecca Moroose, from Orlando Health Cancer Institute, and Dr. Virginia G. Kaklamani, from UT Health San Antonio, about shared-decision making with the NCCN Guidelines on metastatic triple-negative breast cancer.

Cancer Centers Should Adopt the Reality That Cancer Has No Gender, Expert Says

December 14th 2021

Dr. Don S. Dizon discusses how cancer centers can be more inclusive to the LGBTQ+ community, from the naming of the institutions to the types of magazines found in the waiting rooms.

Dose Reduction of Xpovio Improves Safety and Optimizes Patient Outcomes in Myeloma

December 10th 2021

In recent trial results, a dose reduction of Xpovio (selinexor) was associated with longer progression-free survival and duration of response while also reducing side effects in patients with multiple myeloma.

MPN Heroes® Recognition Program 2021

December 10th 2021

Watch the entire MPN Heroes® Recognition Program here!

Immunotherapy Before Surgery May ‘Increase the Chances’ Patients Are Cured of TNBC

December 9th 2021

Clinical trial results show that adding Keytruda to chemotherapy prior to surgery for triple-negative breast cancer can improve outcomes and hopefully “increase the chances for patients to be cured,” according to an expert.

Metastatic Breast Cancer Heroes™ Awards 2021

December 9th 2021

Watch the entire Metastatic Breast Cancer Heroes™ presentation here!

Heal at Home: 3 Simple Recipes That Patients With Cancer, Others Can Make to Wow at Their Holiday Parties

December 8th 2021

CURE®’s second episode of its cooking show, Heal at Home, is here! And this time, we are bringing cancer survivors, patients and their loved ones the nutrition with a dash of holiday cheer.

Prior Successful Coping Strategies May Help Manage Cancer-Related Stress

December 6th 2021

People who have successfully navigated difficult times in the past may be able to use those previous coping strategies to help them weather new stress related to a cancer diagnosis, treatment or survivorship, according to an expert from the George Washington University Cancer Center.

LeVar Burton Discusses the Power of Storytelling in Health Care

December 2nd 2021

LeVar Burton, most noted for his roles in “Reading Rainbow” and “Star Trek”, stresses how important storytelling is — both in everyday life and in health care settings.

How Artwork Helped These CURE® Calendar Contest Winners Cope With Cancer

November 29th 2021

Several CURE® Calendar Contest winners describe their winning creations and discuss how they used art as a medium of coping with the struggles of cancer.

Educated Patient® Webinar: Testing and Treatment for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

November 22nd 2021

View the full CURE® Educated Patient® Webinar: Testing and Treatment for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer on demand.

Expert Discusses Balancing the Surgical Risk for Small Kidney Tumors

November 22nd 2021

Some patients with kidney cancer do not need to rush into the operating room, explained Dr. Alexander Kutikov.

CURE® Calendar Contest Winners Channel Cancer-Related Emotions Into Artwork

November 19th 2021

Several CURE® Calendar Contest winners explain the stories behind their winning artwork and how their artmaking helped them through the difficulties of cancer.