CURE's Top 5 Stories: November 2018


Here are the top 5 CURE stories for November 2018.

Here are the top 5 CURE stories for November 2018.

5. I’m The Story I Wanted to Find

When CURE Contributor Sarah DeBord was first diagnosed, she searched for stories like hers to give her hope. In this piece, written seven years later, she offers her own story for anyone who may need it now.

4. Mindfulness Matters After a Cancer Diagnosis

This story takes a closer look at how, in combination with traditional medicine, patients with cancer can use daily mindfulness practices to help reduce stress and anxiety.

3. Amy Robach Discusses Her Cancer Experience

We sat down with “Good Morning America” and “20/20” news anchor Amy Robach to discuss all the ways her life was forever changed by her breast cancer diagnosis in this interview.

2. New Initiative Aims to Lock Up Lung Cancer

Here, we take a look at the American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE initiative’s new Lock Up Lung Cancer campaign that aims to expose lung cancer as a prolific killer.

1. Don’t Complain About Age to a Cancer Survivor

CURE Contributor Jane Biehl shares her thoughts on why getting older is something she celebrates with gratitude after receiving her own cancer diagnosis.

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