Cell Therapies for Patients With NSCLC

May 11th 2021

A key opinion leader in thoracic oncology discusses factors to consider regarding emerging cell therapy options in non–small cell lung cancer, such as CAR T, TCR, and TIL therapies.

Treatment Options in NSCLC After First-Line Therapy

May 11th 2021

Adam J. Schoenfeld, MD, provides key insights into treatment options for patients with non–small cell lung cancer whose tumors progress after first-line therapy.

Importance of Biomarker Testing in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

May 10th 2021

Bonnie Addario, a lung cancer survivor, explains the importance of comprehensive biomarker testing in patients with lung cancer to treat to target and coverage from insurance companies.

What Will You Do With Your Dash?

May 8th 2021

G. Paris Johnson is a long-term survivor of pancreatic cancer. She is now focused on advocacy and making the most of her life.

Final Thoughts on Adapting to Life with Multiple Myeloma

May 6th 2021

Beth shares final thoughts and advice on adapting to life with multiple myeloma, and Elie Fahed, MD, concludes with a summary of key take home messages.

Multiple Myeloma: Resources for Patients with Financial Hardship

May 6th 2021

Beth discusses the financial hardships she experienced due to multiple myeloma and highlights sources of financial support made available to patients.

Multiple Myeloma: The Importance of Communication

May 6th 2021

Elie Fahed, MD, and Beth discuss the importance of communication in the management of multiple myeloma, and Mark shares advice for caregivers regarding communication.

A Mother’s Bravery in the Face of Metastatic Breast Cancer Taught Olympian Daughter What’s ‘Really Important in Life’

May 3rd 2021

Olympic volleyball player, April Ross, explained in an interview with CURE® that seeing her mother’s dedication to her family, despite her diagnosis, helped put things into perspective and taught her what is truly important in life.

Extraordinary Healer® Award for Oncology Nursing 2021

April 30th 2021

View the entire 2021 Extraordinary Healer® Award for Oncology Nursing virtual presentation here!

Transportation to Cancer Treatments is An Issue for Many Patients

April 29th 2021

As transportation to treatments is one of the many important aspects patients with cancer must consider after receiving a diagnosis, there is room for improvement in terms of accessibility and affordability, says an expert from the Patient Access Network Foundation.

Multiple Myeloma: The Importance of a Patient’s Support Network

April 29th 2021

Elie Fahed, MD, and Beth describe the multiple lines of social and professional support Beth received and also gave to others throughout her journey with multiple myeloma.

Triple-Class Refractory Multiple Myeloma Improves With New Therapy

April 29th 2021

Beth describes her journey after treatment failure for triple-class refractory multiple myeloma, as well as improvement due to a new therapy.

Keep Inspiring

April 28th 2021

Don’t let your disease define you

Your Previously Treated Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL)

April 28th 2021

Navigating life with blood cancer

Why the COVID-19 Vaccine is Important for Patients with Blood Cancers

April 27th 2021

Patients with blood cancers are at a much higher risk of complications if they contract COVID-19, says an expert from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).

Beth Is Diagnosed With Triple-Class Refractory Multiple Myeloma

April 22nd 2021

Dr. Elie Fahed explains Beth’s diagnosis of triple-class refractory multiple myeloma and targeted therapy, and Beth recalls symptoms and side effects she experienced.

Multiple Myeloma: A Caregiver’s Perspective and Advice

April 22nd 2021

Mark provides insight into multiple myeloma from the perspective of the caregiver and offers advice to others who might be in the same position.

Kathy Ireland Joins the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation’s ‘Team 43’ to Raise Funds and Awareness

April 17th 2021

In an interview with CURE®, Ireland shared details on how to get involved in the "43 challenge" and offered some advice to families who may find themselves impacted by pediatric cancer.

Your Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) Diagnosis

April 16th 2021

Navigating life with blood cancer

Multiple Myeloma: Physical & Mental Effects Experienced by Beth

April 15th 2021

Elie Fahed, MD, and Beth have an in-depth discussion on the physical and mental side effects Beth experiences while being treated for multiple myeloma.

The Impact of Multiple Myeloma on Beth’s Quality of Life

April 15th 2021

Beth discusses the impact on quality of life caused by her second relapse of multiple myeloma, as well as shares her experience with subsequent treatment.

Beth’s Experience with Chemotherapy for Multiple Myeloma

April 15th 2021

Beth compares her experiences with two multiple myeloma chemotherapy regimens, and Mark shares thoughts on Beth’s remission.

Multiple Myeloma: The Role of Free Light Chains

April 15th 2021

Beth describes the first relapse of multiple myeloma she experienced, and Elie Fahed, MD, explains what free light chains are and the role that they play.

Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis to Relapse: Beth’s Mindset

April 14th 2021

Beth provides insight into her mindset at initial multiple myeloma diagnosis, after autologous stem cell transplant, while in remission, and at first relapse.

Multiple Myeloma: The Role of Autologous Stem Cell Transplant

April 14th 2021

Elie Fahed, MD, describes the process and rationale for autologous stem cell transplant in multiple myeloma, and Beth shares her experience with receiving one.

Beth’s Atypical Case of Multiple Myeloma

April 14th 2021

Beth goes into the challenges she faced regarding multiple myeloma diagnosis due to her atypical case and discusses the first treatments that she received.

Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis: The Beginning of Beth’s Story

April 14th 2021

Elie Fahed, MD, provides an overview of what multiple myeloma is, and Beth walks us through her frustrating journey to initial diagnosis as an atypical patient.

Understanding the Basics of Ovarian Cancer

April 13th 2021

On behalf of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, CURE spoke with Dr. Debra Richardson, from Stevenson Cancer Center, about the basics of ovarian cancer and its treatments, clinical trials and psychosocial effects.

Educated Patient® Webinar: Stomach Cancer 101 Series: Part I - Diagnosis and Staging

April 12th 2021

View the full CURE® Educated Patient® Webinar: Stomach Cancer 101 Series: Part I - Diagnosis and Staging on demand.

How Treating Myeloma is About Extending Remissions and Making it ‘Livable’

April 12th 2021

In an interview, Dr. Nina Shah of UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center discusses how she changed her perspective on finding a cure for myeloma and what her goals are when it comes to treating her patients.