Articles from CURE Magazine

No Time Like the Present to Overcome Stress

Practicing mindfulness can help patients and their loved ones overcome stress and worry.  Read More

PTSD Rates Among Patients With Cancer Are Three Times Above the General Population

The disease is both physically and emotionally taxing. Now, a new study finds that more than 1 in 5 people diagnosed with cancer suffer from PTSD. Some even experience symptoms years later.  Read More

More Than Skin Deep: Improving Physical Appearance After Cancer

Programs that help improve physical appearance during cancer treatment may do even more to lift patients’ spirits. Read More

New Options Are Being Explored in Ovarian Cancer

An antibody–drug conjugate is being tested in patients with platinum-resistant ovarian cancer.  Read More

Keeping a Close Watch on Patients' Fitness

More than just wristwatches, wearable fitness trackers can help assess patients’ health, and the ONS Foundation plans to fund research into the devices. Read More

Health Care in Transition

The nation’s cancer care system is becoming more aware of, and sensitive to, the needs of the LGBTQ community. Read More

Hope Comes in Many Forms for Patients With Cancer

For many with glioblastoma, there’s no clear path after standard therapy, but scientists are exploring an array of new options. Read More

Can Fitness Trackers Improve Health in Cancer Survivors?

Experts are exploring whether wearable fitness trackers can improve health during and after cancer treatment. Read More

The Nose Knows: Can Dogs Be Trained to Sniff Out Cancer?

Scientists are working to harness dogs’ ability to sniff out cancer. Read More

All in the Family: Discussing Screenings and Preventative Surgery for Inherited Cancers

Screening and preventative surgery are common strategies for those with inherited predispositions to cancer.  Read More

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