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CURE Magazine 1h
Cancer and cataracts have a connection. Who knew? Not contributor Dana Stewart:
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CURE Magazine 2h
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CURE Magazine 3h
Two Immunotherapies May Address Unmet Need in Mantle Cell Lymphoma:
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CURE Magazine 3h
BREAKING: Approves Copiktra for Two Types of Blood Cancer
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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 9h
It's . For more than 70 years, the has set the pace for cancer science, research, and innovation. This is SKI.
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CURE Magazine 4h
With nearly at an end, learn more about how the is dedicated to addressing the psychological needs of children and families with childhood cancer:
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Proactive Genes 5h
I am so much - I am mother of three. I am a wife. I am a daughter. I am the author of a new children's book called Mom's Genes. I am a proud who hopes to empower families to start a conversation about their family health history.
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CURE Magazine 7h
This could be a viable alternative for the 30 percent of patients with NSCLC who have too little tumor tissue for an accurate biopsy, according to researchers.
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NCI Cancer Stats 9h
Today is ! Read about NCI research areas, current initiatives, and progress against cancer here:
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Kelly Altenau Sep 18
, I am a small business owner 👊🏽
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GI Cancers Alliance 9h
"Our time together is precious and irrevocable," she said. "Together, we are stronger. We are fiercer. We are more powerful than this disease." - via
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CURE Magazine 9h
At CURE, we know that you are so much more than your diagnosis. You are a mother. A neighbor. A mentor. A brother. You’re . That’s why we’re kicking off a new social media campaign and invite you to join us! Learn more:
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CURE Magazine 11h
In case you missed it: injectable forms of medication may benefit patients with blood cancers, like Mariebeth Heroff, just one of the patients profiled in this story:
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CURE Magazine Sep 23
How do you define "surviving"?
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CURE Magazine Sep 23
Saying "no" to any part of our survival protocol isn't unkind or disrespectful. It's just good medicine.
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CURE Magazine Sep 23
These findings could justify the allocation of resources to these groups of patients,say researchers:
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CURE Magazine Sep 23
Innovations in drug development, surgery, radiation and clinical trials have investigators hard at work in glioblastoma.
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Biden Cancer Sep 21
A message from : "Open Homes is 's effort to put an open roof over the heads of people in the greatest need. Today, we're announcing we're extending this platform to include medical travel."
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CURE Magazine Sep 22
This event has proven to be a good way to make those affected feel included in a social setting, and creates a community that continues to deepen as attendees keep in touch with each other.
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CURE Magazine Sep 22
"I’ve almost forgotten the me I was before I had cancer."
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