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2014

How Yoga Can Help Women with Breast Cancer

Integrative Medicine Service Chief Barrie Cassileth commented on a study that found that yoga can help ease pain, fatigue and depression among women battling breast cancer.

March 4, 2014
Could Someone You Know Be At Risk for Male Breast Cancer?

Breast Cancer Medicine Service Chief Clifford Hudis discussed the risks for male breast cancer.

March 3, 2014
Hundreds of People Hit the Gym in Midtown to Spin Against Rare Forms of Cancer

Memorial Sloan Kettering President and CEO Craig Thompson was interviewed about the fundraising event Cycle for Survival that raises money for rare cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

March 2, 2014
A Man's Battle Against Bone Cancer Raises Awareness of Rare Disease

Medical oncologist Richard Carvajal spoke about the importance of fundraising events like Cycle for Survival that raises money for rare cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

March 1, 2014
Whose Gene Is It Anyway? Doctors Face Dilemmas Over Risk Knowledge

Geneticist Mark Robson discussed the pros and cons of genetic testing.

February 28, 2014
Teen Helped Research Her Own Disease

Pediatric surgeon Michael La Quaglia worked with eighteen-year-old cancer survivor Elana Simon to identify a genetic abnormality that may be a cause of her cancer, called fibrolamellar hepatocellular carcinoma.

February 28, 2014
Removing Ovaries Cuts Risk of Death in Gene Carriers

Geneticist Noah Kauff commented on a study that suggests that removing the ovaries in young women with BRCA mutations cuts the risk of death, but carries heavy costs in terms of quality of life.

February 24, 2014
Medical Comfort Zone for Some Palm Beachers is Still the North, Despite Strong Local Options

Physician-in-Chief José Baselga commented on why some people travel long distances to seek cancer care at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

February 23, 2014
Personalized Cancer Treatment, From Just a Blood Sample

Medical oncologist Howard Scher commented on new technology that may help determine whether a cancer patient is an appropriate candidate for a drug, or whether the drug is working.

February 21, 2014
Revving Up Immune System Helps Fight Leukemia

Medical oncologist Renier Brentjens spoke about a study he and cell researcher Michel Sadelain are conducting that uses a cell-based immune therapy to treat an aggressive form of leukemia.

February 19, 2014
New Evidence on How Weight, Diet and Exercise Can Help Reduce Cancer Risk

Nutritionist Moshe Shike spoke about some ways people can reduce their cancer risk.

February 18, 2014
Seeking Medical Clues From the 'Super Responder'

Physician-scientist David Solit commented on exceptional responders, patients who respond to treatments when others typically do not.

February 17, 2014
Debating the Value and Effectiveness of Mammograms

Diagnostic radiologist Carol Lee commented on a study that questions the benefit of yearly mammograms.

February 12, 2014
Sawyers’ Scientific Approach Paved Way for Discoveries in Two Tumor Types

Physician-scientist Charles Sawyers is profiled about his seminal role in the discovery of three groundbreaking cancer drugs.

February 10, 2014
Fixing a Body’s Broken Genes is Becoming Possible

Cell researcher Michel Sadelain discussed a type of gene therapy that instructs the immune system to recognize and attack tumor cells.

February 8, 2014
Young Boy Launches Event to Raise Money Against Cancer

Six-year-old Ethan Sandlofer launched a cycling event to raise money for rare cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

February 7, 2014
Your Body Can Kill Cancer. It Just Needs Better Instructions.

Cell researcher Michel Sadelain spoke about a new technique that re-programs peoples’ immune systems to fight cancer.

February 1, 2014
Prostate Cancer, Redefined

Medical oncologist Howard Scher commented on the latest prostate cancer research.

January 24, 2014
Custom-Fit Treatments for Prostate Cancer

Research led by radiation oncologist William Polkinghorn and physician-scientist Charles Sawyers suggests that analyzing a tumor’s DNA may identify prostate cancer patients who would benefit from radiation alone or in combination with other treatments.

January 14, 2014
NY Cancer Research Gets $90 Million

Immunologist Jedd Wolchok commented on a $90 million gift from Ludwig Cancer Research to support Memorial Sloan Kettering’s immunology research.

January 6, 2014