Videos

Undergoing Genetic Testing for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

October 7th 2021

Allison Collins reflects on the genetic testing she underwent after receiving a non-small cell lung cancer diagnosis and describes the treatment options presented to her at that time.

Cooking With CURE®: 3 Easy, Healthy Recipes for Patients With Cancer

October 4th 2021

CURE®’s first episode of our new cooking show is finally here! We’ll give step-by-step instructions for three delicious recipes to support readers through every step of the cancer process.

Educated Patient® Multiple Myeloma Summit in Partnership with Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Miami

October 2nd 2021

View the full CURE® Educated Patient® Multiple Myeloma Summit in Partnership with Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Miami on demand.

NSCLC: Understanding Staging and Diagnostic Testing

September 30th 2021

Dr. Vamsidhar Velcheti provides an expert’s insight on the testing and staging that must be performed during a diagnosis of non-small cell lung cancer.

Predictive and Prognostic Biomarkers in NSCLC

September 30th 2021

Drs. Charu Aggarwal and Hossein Borghaei comment on the importance of having predictive and prognostic biomarkers in non-small cell lung cancer and highlight their approaches to testing patients prior to initiating therapy.

Navigating Emotional Response to a Lung Cancer Diagnosis

September 30th 2021

Considerations for the emotional impact of a lung cancer diagnosis and how patients can be supported during their treatment journey.

Education on NSCLC Symptoms and Risk Factors

September 30th 2021

Approaches that can help lung oncologists discuss symptoms and risk factors of non-small cell lung cancer with patients and their loved ones.

Receiving a Diagnosis of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

September 30th 2021

Allison Collins describes her diagnosis with KRAS-positive non-small cell lung cancer and the symptoms that led her to seek medical attention.

Resources and Tools for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

September 23rd 2021

Ms. Addario, lung cancer survivor, encourages patients with non-small cell lung cancer to use all the resources and tools that are available to them.

Overcoming Barriers to Lung Cancer Screening

September 23rd 2021

Challenges surrounding the screening of high-risk patients for lung cancer in the community.

Advocacy and Education for Biomarker Testing in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

September 23rd 2021

Ms. Addario shares the promising hope for patients with lung cancer and describes the steps in the process of biomarker testing for patients with lung cancer.

Novel-Based Treatment Approaches in NSCLC

September 23rd 2021

Advances in non-small cell lung cancer that have helped lung oncologists make more informed treatment decisions with patients.

Treatment Targets in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

September 23rd 2021

Treating patients with lung cancer by identifying specific biomarkers to use the correct combination therapy and what it means for a biomarker to be actionable.

Foster a ‘Powerful Team’ Between Patients and Cancer Clinicians

September 22nd 2021

Knowledge and open communication are key to creating a competent cancer care team and ensuring better outcomes.

Support Networks for Patients With Multiple Myeloma

September 22nd 2021

Shared insight on the importance of support networks, both medical and personal, in the treatment journey of multiple myeloma.

Learning How to Live With Multiple Myeloma

September 22nd 2021

Taking her own experience with multiple myeloma into account, Marcella shares how she learned to live with the disease by practicing good health and communication habits.

The Meaningful Cancer Stories Behind the CURE® Poetry Contest Winners

September 21st 2021

The CURE® Poetry Contest winners explain what inspired each of their poems, from the death of a friend and oncologist who treated one survivor’s cancer to the emotional experience of losing hair during treatment.

In Understanding Kidney Cancer Treatments, ‘Knowledge Is Power’

September 21st 2021

Patients and caregivers of those with kidney cancer can become active members in their care by staying up to date on the latest treatments and medical advances.

Educated Patient® Webinar: Treatment and Care for Thyroid Cancer

September 20th 2021

View the full CURE® Educated Patient® Webinar: Treatment and Care for Thyroid Cancer on demand.

Multiple Myeloma: Working Together to Decide on Treatment

September 15th 2021

A discussion of how patients and physicians can work together to decide on the best individualized treatment option for multiple myeloma.

Relapsed Multiple Myeloma: Finding the Best Treatment Option

September 15th 2021

Kenneth Shain, M.D., Ph.D., and Marcella reflect on how she didn’t tolerate her second line of therapy for multiple myeloma well and moved to a novel treatment regimen thereafter.

Retired New York City Firefighter Shares His 9/11 Story: ‘Everybody Played a Role That Day’

September 10th 2021

Retired FDNY firefighter and lung cancer survivor Jerry Sanford spoke about how he helped the rescue efforts following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York City.

Multiple Myeloma: Maintenance Therapy and Observation

September 10th 2021

Kenneth Shain, M.D., Ph.D., discusses the use of maintenance therapy and observation in multiple myeloma as Marcella shares her own experience with multiple myeloma remission.

Undergoing Transplant for Multiple Myeloma

September 8th 2021

Marcella, accompanied by Kenneth Shain, M.D., Ph.D., shares her experience in preparing for autologous stem cell transplant to treat her multiple myeloma.

Can a Blood Test Predict Lymphoma Relapse?

September 3rd 2021

Circulating tumor DNA found in blood plasma may help predict if the likelihood of relapse for patients with large B-cell lymphoma, according to recent research.

Multiple Myeloma: Receiving First-Line Therapy

September 3rd 2021

Kenneth Shain, M.D., Ph.D., and Marcella reflect on the first line of therapy she received for multiple myeloma in light of her response and reaction to certain treatments.

Athletics Helped Olympian Kevin McDowell Get Through Cancer

September 1st 2021

Olympic triathlete Kevin McDowell explains how certain aspects of surviving cancer and training for the Olympics became intertwined throughout his journey.

Reacting to a Diagnosis of Multiple Myeloma

September 1st 2021

A brief discussion of how Marcella reacted to her diagnosis of multiple myeloma and the importance of support networks for patients.

Educated Patient® MPN Summit: August 28, 2021

August 28th 2021

View the full CURE Educated Patient MPN Summit on demand.

Finding Support After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

August 27th 2021

CURE spoke with Maimah Karmo, founder and CEO of the Tigerlily Foundation, about support after a breast cancer diagnosis.