- Exciting developments in cancer therapy and technology
- In-depth cancer-specific news
- Cutting-edge diagnostics and prevention strategies
- Effective ways to manage side effects of treatment
- How to handle work, family, finances, and other practical matters
- The social and emotional issues surrounding cancer
- Guidance and hope for caregivers
If you are not directly effected by cancer, but still wish to receive the magazine, you can also pay for a subscription.
Visit their website Cure Today where you can read some of the current magazine articles, find helpful information for each stage of your cancer journey, and links to comprehensive list of resources for agencies and non-profit organizations for information on specific cancers, patient and survivor issues, financial help, and integrative therapies.
As a thyroid cancer survivor I was especially interested in this article about thyroid cancer in the current Spring issue: The Good Cancer? If you look at my blog's right sidebar I have a thyroid cancer ribbon which you can click on to view the American Cancer Society's website page which lists the signs and symptoms to look for regarding thyroid cancer.
I have been receiving Cure Magazine since it's inception in 2002, and I highly recommend it. As the magazine's motto states, "it combines science with humanity and it makes cancer understandable."