CURE’s Top Stories: April 2021

Each month, we take a look back at the most popular CURE® stories. Here are the top five stories for April 2021.

Each month, we take a look back at the most popular CURE® stories. Here are the top five stories for April 2021.

5. Real Burden of Cancer ‘Won’t Go Away’ Because of COVID-19

After the COVID-19 pandemic caused a delay in cancer screenings, Dr. Justin Klamerus, of the Karmanos Cancer Hospital and Network in Detroit, urges patients to resume their routine preventative care to avoid any delay in a possible diagnosis.

4. ‘I Am Still Me, Regardless of My Disease’

In one of her latest contributions to CURE®, Marissa Holzer, who is living with metastatic breast cancer, writes about how she just wants to be “normal” again and for people to stop pitying her.

3. Survivorship Champions

This piece from the latest issue of our sister publication, Heal magazine, examines how one woman’s journey led to her realization of how survivorship care is lacking, and the importance of advocating for yourself as a survivor.

2. Highlights From CURE®'s Educated Patient® Breast Cancer Summit

If you missed any part of CURE®’s Educated Patient® Breast Cancer Summit, we rounded up a collection of stories that highlight the expert insight and guidance that was shared throughout the day.

1. What Cancer Survivors Should Know About Tattoos

Some cancer survivors mark the end of their treatment by getting tattoos, but could that body art cause potential health risks? Here, cancer survivor Bonnie Annis — who has more than 10 tattoos — shares her perspective.

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