CURE Magazine Micro MediaKit
CURE is a free cancer magazine that focuses on treatment updates, psychosocial issues, survivorship, and advocacy.
CURE is the source for cancer patient education. CURE combines science and humanity to make cancer understandable. CURE helps those on the cancer journey understand their diagnosis, treatment options, and survivor ship, while providing tools to cope during and after cancer-- helping them live the life they aspire to.
CURE magazine, the flagship product of CURE Media Group, celebrate its 10-year anniversary in 2012. Launched in 2002 to educate and empower cancer patients and survivors with the latest scientific and psychosocial information, the award-winning magazine has become the largest consumer magazine in the United States focused entirely on cancer. With a quarterly circulation of 325,000, total readership per issue reaches 1 million.
Through CURE’s understandable content, readers are informed and inspired, resulting in empowered decision-makers who more fully comprehend their treatment options as well as the medical, practical and emotional issues that arise from the moment of diagnosis. Not only for the cancer patient and survivor, CURE also guides caregivers who travel alongside the patient and play a critical role in the patient’s care. CURE publishes four regular issues, plus poly-bagged supplements and patient guides that delve into critical topics in oncology. Additionally, in association with the American Cancer Society, CURE Media Group offers an annual Cancer Guide for the Newly Diagnosed. Through all of these print products, CURE reaches a total of 5 million readers each year.
Editorial & Photo Credit: CURE Magazine's website.
CURE Magazine Micro MediaKit™ Metrics
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Cancer patients, survivors and caregivers
Note: Circulation, Brand Reach and Rates are estimates only. These are not always available and may not be completely correct. There are many factors influencing current figures, so please contact the magazine's advertising team for today's exact figures.
CURE Magazine Social Metrics