Making an impact for stomach cancer patients in D.C. and beyond

BY GUEST BLOGGER

Debra Zelman
Everyone has a stomach and is therefore at risk of getting stomach cancer.



A Conversation about Cyramza with Dr. Charles Fuchs

BY ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON

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"Stomach cancer has not had sufficient attention in terms of drug development, efforts in finding new drugs or really in understanding the fundamental biology until recently," said Charles Fuchs, who leads Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's Gastrointestinal Cancer Center.



The importance of reindeer pajamas

BY GUEST BLOGGER

Carrie Corey
Living with cancer has forced me to know my limitations, even though it conflicts with my "can-do" personality.




Calendar of Events

Find events, fundraisers, workshops and teleconferences in CURE's calendar of events.

Healing Sounds of Music Therapy

BY AMY RUSHLOW

In addition to cancer-fighting treatments, patients can also be healed by music therapy.

Caregiving

For Many, Caregiving Leads to Advocacy

BY JANE HILL

Whether it is on the national stage or a local support group, advocacy after caregiving can be a rewarding experience.

Drug Approval

FDA's Breakthrough Therapy Designation Aims to Speed Drug Approvals

BY SUSAN JENKS

A new law hopes to speed drug development for therapies in the age of biomarker-driven treatment.

Lung Cancer

Research Reveals New Frontiers in Lung Cancer

BY HEATHER L. VAN EPPS, PHD

Focusing on screening and genetic clues, progress in lung cancer shifts forward.



                
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