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CureTalks features leading medical experts in conversation with a panel of patients/advocates about latest research and treatments under development.

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It's been called ?the second brain,? but our stomachs get nowhere near the respect they deserve. Only now are we beginning to realize the vast implications of a healthy gut. The latest research shows that the composition of... more

For men, the consequences of prostate cancer are often less to do with life and death and more to do with an altered way of looking at certain aspects of their lives and coming to terms with that. There are ramifications of prostate cancer... more

Childlessness due to infertility can be devastating and is on the rise. More and more couples are finding it hard to become pregnant and carry a pregnancy to term. The emotional trauma and hopelessness that come with infertility and... more

The modern day city is designed for unhealthy eating. The very systems put in place 'to protect us' are skewed toward profitability not nutrition, and the resulting are skyrocketing levels of obesity and chronic disease. This toxic food... more

CS1-CAR is a new and radically different approach in cancer treatment that harnesses the power of the patients immune system to rid itself of cancer. Initial clinical trials of a similar therapy used in treating Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia... more

March is Myeloma Awareness month and we are exploring the allo transplant therapy route for myeloma patients in our talk with Dr. Bensinger. Why are allogeneic stem cell transplants risky for multiple myeloma patients? When does... more

When should patients start asking about involving an oncologist in their care, how can we manage quality of life issues while being treated for advanced, metastatic, and castration-resistant prostate cancer? We are discussing how to manage... more

While cancer is a complex and heartbreaking disease at any point in one's life, being diagnosed in one's twenties and thirties can disrupt major milestones: new career, financial independence, FERTILITY. Fertility preservation is often not... more

Its time for Pats Myeloma Beach Party! Hundreds of myeloma patients and caregivers will join Pat Killingsworth this year on Fernandina Beach, Friday afternoon and evening, March 20th, all day on Saturday, March 21st and Sunday... more

We are what we eat. But what do we eat? Should we be eating meat? Or is a plant-based diet a healthier way of eating? Searching for answers on the World Wide Web inevitably leads to more questions, making us even more confused.... more
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