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CURE Magazine Joins US Oncology
Date:2/17/2010

DALLAS, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- CURE Media Group, publisher of the award-winning CURE magazine, is pleased to announce that it has joined US Oncology, Inc., the nation's premier community oncology services company working with more than 1,300 physicians and more than 10,000 clinicians and cancer experts to advance cancer care in America. CURE, the largest magazine in the country for people with cancer, is the nation's trusted source for cancer patient education and will continue its mission of providing patients and survivors the highest quality cancer information.

"CURE's primary objective is, and always has been, to deliver top-notch cancer information to patients, survivors, and their caregivers at precisely the right time and place," says CURE publisher and cancer survivor Susan McClure. "This new association with US Oncology will help us ensure that even more patients across the country have immediate access to the credible cancer information they need, written in terms they can understand."

Joining the US Oncology family allows CURE to expand its reach to the more than 720,000 cancer patients treated within the US Oncology network, and provides the CURE team with the resources to continue serving the individuals, hospitals, cancer centers, and nonprofits that comprise its 325,000 other national subscribers.
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