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Getting Personal: The Shifting Landscape of Cancer Care

Marc Ladanyi discusses molecular tumor typing at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in this documentary about personalized medicine (see Part 1).

May 14, 2011
Learning to Enjoy the Sun Responsibly

Steven Wang, a dermatologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Basking Ridge, visited a New Jersey elementary school to teach students about skin cancer and protecting your skin from the sun.

May 10, 2011
Even a Little Exercise May Protect Against Colon Polyps

Research conducted by Nelson Sanchez and colleagues reveals that exercise may ward off colon polyps, which can be precursors to colorectal cancer.

May 9, 2011
Prostate-Cancer Exam Deaths from Superbugs Spur Inquiry

Peter Scardino, a surgeon specializing in treating prostate cancer, explains why some prostate biopsies may be unnecessary.

May 6, 2011
Breast Examination Center Assists Low-Income, Minority Women in Accessing Colorectal Cancer Screening

Moshe Shike, a gastroenterologist and nutritionist, studied enhancing access to colorectal cancer screening in minorities by suggesting colonoscopies for women during breast cancer screening.

May 1, 2011


Dads for My Daughters

When writer Bruce Feiler was diagnosed with bone cancer, Memorial Sloan Kettering surgeons removed the cancer and saved his leg. He spoke with CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Sanjay Gupta about forming a “Council of Men” to help father his two young daughters after his death.

June 15, 2010


NBA Player Derek Fisher Made His Plea for All to See

NBA player Derek Fisher was interviewed about his daughter’s struggle with retinoblastoma – the most common type of eye tumor seen in children – and in the process raised awareness for many parents. Ophthalmic oncologist David Abramson spoke about the new treatment Mr. Fisher’s daughter received at Memorial Sloan Kettering and the impact Mr. Fisher’s comments have had on families and the medical community.

June 15, 2008