Educated Patient® Women’s Cancers Summit

Proper Staging of Early-Stage Ovarian Cancer Before Treatment Provides Critical Information for Potentially Improved Outcomes

January 5th 2021

A gynecologic oncology expert from the University of California, Davis reviewed early-stage ovarian cancer and the importance of knowing what options are available before, during and after treatment.

How Three Clinical Trials Have Shaped the HER2+ Breast Cancer Treatment Landscape

January 5th 2021

Here's how 3 clinical trials have shaped the overall landscape for patients with HER2 positive breast cancer.

What is Genetic Cancer Testing and How Do Patients Get Tested?

January 4th 2021

Dr. Barry Tong, a genetic counselor in the cancer genetics and prevention program at UCSF, discusses what genetic cancer testing is, the different types of testing, different results, and why going to a genetic counselor beforehand is so important.

Early Survivorship Care May Improve Patient Outcomes

December 23rd 2020

Patients and their doctors should discuss survivorship issues – such as anxiety and fertility issues – sooner rather than later.

Your Sexual Health as a Cancer Survivor

December 23rd 2020

Dr. Mindy Goldman from the UCSF Hellen Diller Comprehensive Care Center, discusses sexual side effects that cancer survivors face, and offers medication and lifestyle fixes to promote healthy and safe sexual encounters.

Educated Patient Women's Cancers Summit: December 19, 2020

December 19th 2020

View the full CURE Educated Patient Women's Cancer Summit on demand.