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CURE Magazine

United States
Combining science with humanity to make cancer understandable.

How Influential is CURE Magazine

Influence
73 /100
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Engagement Level
High
 
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True Reach
2,293
Top Topics
Cancer, Science, Cancer Survivor
Top Location
United States
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Audience
83,055
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CURE Magazine's Top Content

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Actor Ben Stiller is disease-free after treatment for prostate cancer, and he’s crediting a blood test with saving his life. Stiller, 50, wrote in a blog post at medium.com that his doctor conducted a baseline blood test for levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) when he was 40, and then periodically thereafter. Rising PSA levels two years ago were a signal that Stiller needed to see a urologist, who conducted a rectal exam, followed by an MRI. Soon after that came a biopsy, which revealed “mid-range aggressive cancer.” A surgeon removed the cancer by performing a robotic-assisted, laparoscopic radical prostatectomy, Stiller revealed in his essay. The actor’s aim in publicly discussing his cancer experience is to weigh in on the side of routine PSA screening for men over 40. It’s a controversial issue. In 2012, the United States Preventive Services Task Force recommended against any apparently healthy men getting the test, although it is reconsidering that guidance. The American Cancer Society (ACS) recommends PSA screening starting at age 50. Those against the screening point out that increased PSA levels don’t always signal cancer, or may be associated with a cancer that would never become life-threatening. As a result, discovering a raised PSA level may lead to invasive tests or cancer therapies that turn out to be unnecessary yet create lifelong side effects, such as impotence or incontinence. Those for the screening argue that, without it, asymptomatic cancers, like Stiller’s, can be overlooked until they become aggressive and incurable. #benstiller #prostatecancer #cancer #oncology #PSA #PSAtesting
58 | December 24, 2016

CURE Magazine's Audience Demographics

Average Age
31
Years Old
Dominant Gender
Women
73%
Average Income
$54,315
Yearly
Top Countries
United States
73%
United Kingdom
9%
Canada
6%
Top Cities
New York
18%
Los Angeles
8%
Chicago
6%

What Are CURE Magazine's Followers Interested In

Health
10.5%
Cancer
9.3%
Author
8.5%
Websites They Share
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