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January 25th 2021
By Brielle Benyon
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) recommends that patients receiving active cancer treatment get the COVID-19 vaccine.
January 19th 2021
By Debbie Legault
The balancing act of being a caregiver and parent simultaneously is one that requires acceptance and fierceness.
January 18th 2021
By Jessica Skarzynski
Caregiving for a patient with cancer is an ongoing journey that also requires the caregiver to learn along the way. One couple discusses that process and more.
January 12th 2021
By Jessica Territo
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the serious medical difficulties patients with cancer face has been brought to the forefront for healthcare as a whole. But we can learn lessons from these challenges and find a stronger path forward.
January 11th 2021
By Jane Biehl Ph.D.
A cancer survivor laments the inability for a comforting hand during COVID-19.
January 5th 2021
By Shira Zwebner
Navigating the scary path of a cancer caregiver possibly becoming the patient with cancer.
January 1st 2021
No matter the challenge, oncology nurses look to help you out.
December 27th 2020
By Ron Cooper
It’s excruciating for a person to hear their cancer diagnosis, and they need their caregiver to help them through it. Here are 8 tips from a cancer survivor for first-time caregivers.
December 23rd 2020
By Colleen Moretti
Cancer impacts the entire family, and spouses acting as caregivers are experiencing depression and anxiety, without seeking help.
December 20th 2020
The timeless tale of A Christmas Carol not only shows us how to be a better person, but how to look at the entirety of our cancer journey and what may lie ahead.
An oncology nurse discusses how her peers always provide the best job possible when treating patients with cancer.
December 19th 2020
A caregiver recognizes the oncology nurse that helped her husband through 9 years of treatment for cancer.
December 15th 2020
In this most stressful of seasons, these seven specific steps can bring the joy back to the Holidays for those patients going through cancer treatment this time of year.
December 13th 2020
By Harry Small
A caregiver uses poetry to work through their husband's cancer journey.
December 12th 2020
Don't just get the cancer caregiver in your life a gift that will only last a month, get them something that lasts year-round with these three ways you can help as they help you on the cancer journey.
December 6th 2020
A patient with cancer discusses how one oncology nurse helped guide his cancer treatment to a better place.
December 3rd 2020
By Kim Johnson
Your cancer story is unique to you, but sometimes the impact of sharing it can change your own perspective on the cancer journey.
November 29th 2020
Patients with cancer discuss how compassionate and professional oncology nurses make all the difference on their care teams as they go through the cancer journey.
November 27th 2020
An oncology nurse recounts how her fellow nurses are compassionate, empathetic and knowledgeable towards patients with cancer.
November 25th 2020
In the wake of a cancer journey as a caregiver, mammogram appointments have a new meaning, and new emotions, associated with them than before.
November 23rd 2020
Oncology nurses provide all kinds of support to patients with cancer, but among the ways they actually deliver care, they also provide patients with a sense of calm.
November 22nd 2020
Oncology nurses can do it all, and the way they help patients with cancer is invaluable.
November 21st 2020
A cancer survivor recognizes her oncology nurse who has been with her every step of the cancer journey.
November 20th 2020
A patient with cancer describes how oncology nurses are simply the best for their patients.
Caregivers for geriatric patients with cancer are vital members of a patient's care and support system, but often don't get the recognition they deserve.
November 18th 2020
Heather Badt, CSC’s Executive Director of the Research & Training Institute, recently shared her personal perspective as a former patient and caregiver with CURE® and expanded on how those who care for loved ones with cancer often face their own unique challenges and require specialized resources themselves
November 16th 2020
Nothing ever really ends, even when the treatment journey has wrapped up the memories of cancer are everywhere.
November 15th 2020
No matter how great the support system, care center or caregiver, it's nearly impossible for patients with cancer to fully share their experiences with those that don't understand. Which is why it's so important for patients to find peers to discuss their cancer with.
November 12th 2020
By Ryan McDonald
In this episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with a couple that has been married for 41 years about their journey as patient and caregiver during two bouts of triple-negative breast cancer. The couple, Janice and Rex Cowden, also give others facing similar situations advice on how to persevere together.
November 9th 2020
Oncology nursing can be an art form all to itself when nurses put their own spin on how to approach patients with cancer.
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