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One expert discusses recent updates and next steps to be taken in Hodgkin, mantle cell and follicular lymphoma.
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SAVE THE DATE: Our next Tweet Chat on Talking About Cancer with your friends, family, coworkers and more, will take place on Thursday, November 29th at 1PM EST. Sign up for email reminders here:
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Young patients diagnosed with posterior uveal melanoma may have similar, if not worse, prognoses compared with the overall patient population.
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In case you missed it: Personalized medicine is more than just creating a treatment plan for an individual.
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CURE Magazine 22h
What can science tell us about life, death and disease?
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CURE Magazine Nov 16
Did you know: Grants Adcetris a Breakthrough Therapy Designation for Rare Lymphoma
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CURE Magazine Nov 16
We've made it through another October and the tidal wave of pink that represents breast cancer.
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CURE Magazine Nov 16
Patients with BRAF wild-type advanced melanoma saw a survival benefit after treatment with Opdivo compared with the chemotherapy agent dacarbazine.
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CURE Magazine Nov 16
In addition to causing urinary and/or bowel incontinence, prostate cancer treatments including surgery, radiation and hormone therapy can lead to impotence — a big concern for many patients.
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CURE Magazine Nov 16
BREAKING: Approves Adcetris Plus Chemo for Peripheral T-cell Lymphoma
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American Cancer Society Nov 16
This , we encourage to learn more about their important role in a patient’s journey as well as the importance of self-care so they can be more effective in providing support.
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CURE Magazine Nov 16
For this week's Discussion question, we want to know: What do you wish those without cancer could understand about your experience with the disease?
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CURE Magazine Nov 16
In case you missed it: A high dose of precision radiation could drastically increase the survival rates of patients with metastatic cancer, and double the time patients live without cancer growth.
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CURE Magazine Nov 15
Perhaps you've heard of a patient advocate but weren’t sure what exactly it was and if you could ever become one. What if being an advocate is something you could do without even getting out of bed?
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CURE Magazine Nov 15
"Being diagnosed with breast cancer wasn't supposed to be a gift. But this forced me to focus on one moment at a time and one day at a time. Instead of taking days for granted, I began to treasure them."
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CURE Magazine Nov 15
In this week's episode of the CURE Talks Cancer , we spoke with Peg Myrick, a colon cancer survivor and former cancer caregiver, as well as Martha Raymond, the founder and CEO of The Raymond Foundation, about their experience in cancer caregiving:
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CURE Magazine Nov 15
Checkpoint inhibitors are moving into the treatment realm of renal cell carcinoma; however, questions still remain.
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CURE Magazine Nov 15
Imbruvica is a safe treatment for patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma and mantle cell lymphoma, according to a pooled analysis of four clinical trials.
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CURE Magazine Nov 15
It's ! To learn more about this disease, check out our library of pancreatic cancer news and updates at 💜
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CURE Magazine Nov 15
In case you missed it: Bringing Hope Home helps with necessity bills for those undergoing treatment, including car payments, rent, mortgage, grocery bills, etc. and even negotiates with landlords and utilities companies to help forgive missed payments.
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