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Solutions for Chemotherapy-Related Nausea and Vomiting

With quick action and the help of the right medicine at the right time, chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting can often be prevented, says MSK Nurse Leader Corey Russell.

September 29, 2014
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Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Expertise in Cancer Immunotherapy Draws Media Focus at 2014 ASCO Meeting

Our experts offer their perspective in major media outlets on recent research into drug- and cell-based immunotherapies for cancer.

June 4, 2014
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HPV and Cancers of the Head and Neck: Common Questions and Answers

The HPV vaccine has brought the link between HPV and cervical cancer to the attention of many Americans, but HPV is also behind the fastest-growing type of head and neck cancer in the nation.

April 25, 2014
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Cancer’s Impact on Women’s Fertility and Building a Family after Treatment

Memorial Sloan Kettering experts discuss the impact that cancer and its treatment can have on female fertility, and options for building a family after treatment ends.

September 16, 2013
New Information about Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment at Memorial Sloan Kettering

Memorial Sloan Kettering uses a multidisciplinary approach to provide leading-edge care to women with cervical cancer.

August 16, 2013
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Gynecologic Surgeon Carol Brown Discusses Importance of HPV Vaccine

Watch Memorial Sloan Kettering gynecologic surgeon Carol Brown discuss the importance of the HPV vaccine.

June 20, 2013
Strategies for Women to Cope with Sexual and Vaginal Health Concerns Related to Cancer

Therapies are often available for women dealing with sexual and vaginal health concerns related to cancer and its treatment.

June 14, 2013
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Meet Gynecologic Cancer Surgeon Yukio Sonoda

Dr. Sonoda, who performs minimally invasive procedures when possible, discusses how patients at Memorial Sloan Kettering have the benefit of an entire team of physicians having input into their care.

March 27, 2013
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Meet Gynecologic Cancer Surgeon Dennis Chi

Dr. Chi, Deputy Chief of the Gynecology Service, talks about the way Memorial Sloan Kettering’s research and state-of-the-art care help women with ovarian, cervical, and uterine cancers.

February 13, 2013
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Meet Gynecologic Surgeon Richard Barakat

Dr. Barakat explains the latest surgical techniques for improving outcomes and quality of life in women with cervical, ovarian, and other gynecologic cancers.

December 28, 2012
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Meet Gynecologic Cancer Surgeon Carol Brown

Gynecologic cancer surgeon Dr. Brown discusses how doctors and nurses collaborate to care for patients, from diagnosis through lifelong follow-up.

November 28, 2012
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Meet Gynecologic Surgeon Nadeem Abu-Rustum

Dr. Abu-Rustum, Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery for the Gynecology Service, discusses how the gynecologic cancer care team treats each woman with an individualized approach.

October 22, 2012
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Gynecologic Surgeon Richard Barakat to Be Appointed President of Two Leading Medical Societies

Dr. Barakat will serve as president of two prestigious societies for gynecologic cancer, allowing him to influence how women with these cancers are cared for both in the United States and around the world.

October 1, 2012
Pictured: Nadeem R. Abu-Rustum
Surgeons Develop Method to Reduce Lymph Node Removal in Gynecologic Cancers

Memorial Sloan Kettering surgeons have pioneered a technique that may improve quality of life for women with early-stage gynecologic cancers.

July 9, 2012
Pictured: Nadeem Abu-Rustum
Memorial Sloan Kettering Advances Method to Reduce Removal of Lymph Nodes in Gynecologic Cancers

A team of surgeons led by Nadeem Abu-Rustum has pioneered an approach for treating women with early-stage gynecologic cancers that improves quality of life.

June 6, 2012
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Oncologist Paul Sabbatini Talks About New Strategies to Treat Ovarian Cancer

Medical oncologist Paul Sabbatini, a specialist in treating gynecologic cancers, leads a clinical research program seeking to improve treatments for ovarian cancer by harnessing the power of the immune system.

October 31, 2011
Pictured: Yukio Sonoda & Nadeem Abu-Rustum
Memorial Sloan Kettering Celebrates Ten Years of Fertility-Preserving Surgical Procedure

Memorial Sloan Kettering physicians Yukio Sonoda and Nadeem Abu-Rustum were joined by cancer survivors and their children to celebrate 10 years of Memorial Sloan Kettering’s radical trachelectomy program.

October 4, 2011

Related Media Coverage

HPV Test Better than Pap for Assessing Cervical Cancer Risk: Study

Gynecologic surgeon Mario Leitao commented on a study that suggests that testing for HPV may be a better way to predict whether a woman is at risk of developing cervical cancer than a traditional Pap test.

July 18, 2014
New Cervical Cancer Treatment Uses Patient’s Immune System

Center for Cell Engineering Director Michel Sadelain commented on a study that used cell-based immunotherapy to treat advanced cervical cancer.

June 2, 2014
The Best and Worst Health Trends of 2013

Gynecologic surgeon Carol Brown discussed the benefits of the HPV vaccine.

December 11, 2013
Virtual End to Cervical Cancer Is within Reach, Expert Says

Gynecologic surgeon Carol Brown commented on a study that shows that the infection rate of human papillomavirus (HPV), the main cause of cervical cancer, decreased by 56 percent since the HPV vaccine was introduced in 2006.

June 20, 2013
Vinegar Screening for Cervical Cancer Saves Lives at Low Cost

Gynecologic Medical Oncology Service Chief Carol Aghajanian applauded a study that showed that using vinegar to screen for cervical cancer is an effective, low-cost alternative to the Pap smear and can help reduce the burden of disease in developing countries.

June 2, 2013
New Way of Expanding Cancer Screening for Minority Women

Minority patients have a significantly decreased survival from colon cancer compared to white patients, most often as a result of a late diagnosis. To help address this problem, a team of healthcare professionals at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has identified an efficient way to increase minority access to lifesaving colorectal cancer screening (CRCS) in communities where multiple barriers to preventive care exist.

October 25, 2010