Newsletters

CURE’s newsletters are a great way to keep up with our progress in the fight against childhood cancer. Each issue focuses on the life-saving research we’re funding as well as the people and partners who contribute so much to our efforts. Of course, the spotlight of all we do remains on the beautiful children we serve.

Issue 1 - 2020

  • Spotlight on Bernadette Jobson
  • A CURE-funded study moves to clinical trial
  • The Ripple Effect with Dr. George MacMaster
  • How to keep a routine with a child in treatment
  • A rock band & a little girl named AC
  • Andy Dufresne – giving back through CURE’s YPLC
  • A survivors guide to exercise

Summer 2019

  • Spotlight on Brayden Webb
  • CURE announces more than $4.3 million in research grants
  • Celebrating Lisa Branch – 10 years of love
  • When anxiety looms
  • Are you ready to Go Gold for CURE
  • Brown and Company Jewelers shines for CURE

Spring 2019

  • Spotlight on Maylee Highland
  • CURE’s commitment to Precision Medicine
  • Lauren’s Run – a celebration of 25 years
  • Financial peace during uncertain times
  • Helping siblings cope during a child’s cancer treatment
  • Volunteer spotlight on Leslie Edmond

Fall 2018

  • Spotlight on Dee-Lenna Rogers
  • Target Pediatric AML: shifting the treatment paradigm
  • Childhood cancer is personal to many on the CURE staff
  • How Anita Corsini uses her platform to encourage others
  • Lendmark Financial Services climbs to a million
  • Survivorship: Feeding concerns

Summer 2018

  • Spotlight on Caroline Connor
  • CURE announces nearly $4 million in research grants
  • An inside look at CURE from board member, Kevin Kennedy
  • Tom Jones runs to lift up others
  • Wrestling with emotions
  • Christopher uses his “diamonds” to raise money
  • Survivorship: How to journey forward after treatment

Winter 2018

  • Spotlight on Evan Vickers
  • Atlanta loses a hero in CURE founder, Dr. Abdel Ragab
  • Out of the Kitchen gets a 5-star review
  • Acquiring targets in the fight against AML
  • A survivor’s new year’s to-do list
  • New Year’s goals and grief after experiencing loss