CURE's Top Stories: January 2020

Take a look back at the top five CURE® stories for January 2020.

Here are the top five CURE® stories for January 2020.

5. Immunotherapy Vaccine Under Investigation

A new medication that aims to treat glioblastoma by using a patient’s own immune system will soon be available via a clinical trial this spring, according to researchers. Learn more in this story.

4. A Mother-Daughter Duo Believes in Hope

In this episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with breast cancer survivor Felicia Robinson, who recently wrote a book with her daughter on their personal experiences with a life-changing diagnosis.

3. The Falling, Wandering and Crashing of Treatment Side Effects

The bashing, the twitching, the gripping - here, CURE contributor Sherry Hanson explores the various neuropathy-related side effects she’s experienced as a result of her treatment for ovarian cancer.

2. Menopausal Hormone Therapy and Cancer

Women who took estrogen alone experienced decreased rates of breast cancer and death from the disease even after they stopped taking the therapy, when compared to women who took estrogen with progestin. Take a closer look at the data from the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium in this piece.

1. Cognitive Dysfunction After Cancer

How do you heal your mind when faced with cognitive impairment after cancer treatment? Take a closer look at the new challenges one woman faces in the aftermath of the disease in this story.

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