54 News Items found
MSK bile duct cancer patient Berta Pesantez
How MSK Is Making Cancer Clinical Trials in NYC Easier To Access
Berta Pesantez knew the outlook wasn’t good. She had stage 4 cancer of the bile duct, and the chemotherapy she was receiving at her local hospi...
Ray Hunter participated in the 2022 Summer Pipeline Program at MSK.
Ray Hunter: A Medical Student Determined to Serve His Community
Hear from a medical student that participated in the Office of Health Equity’s Summer Pipeline Program.
Selwyn M. Vickers, M.D., FACS
Selwyn M. Vickers Named to amNY Metro and PoliticsNY’s Power Players in Healthcare List
The list acknowledges and celebrates healthcare leaders who envision a better future for all New Yorkers and constitute New York’s ever-expanding and constantly improving healthcare system.
Perry Ortiz surrounded by his wife, daughter, and two sons
Celebrating Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month: Perry Ortiz
Perry Ortiz doesn’t remember having a seizure in 2016. Or being rushed to an operating room, where doctors confirmed Perry — a security supervisor at M...
Jorge Lopez, Jr.
Jorge Lopez, Jr. Named a Notable Hispanic Leader and Executive by Crain’s
Lopez was recognized for his positive impact on New York City through his professional, communal, and philanthropic achievements.
Craig Melvin
Why Colorectal Cancer Screening Is Crucial for Younger Adults and Black People
NBC News anchor Craig Melvin led MSK experts in a discussion about racial and age trends in colorectal cancer and when people should start screening for the disease.
(From left) Jacy and Nikki on a recent trip to Paris
Celebrating Pride With Authentic Voices
Nikki Chotas, who uses the pronouns they/them, has dedicated much of their life to speaking up for and working to empower those who may feel helpless and without a voice. They attribute their pursuits in part to feeling voiceless in their younger years.
Ask the Expert
Black male conferring with female doctor in scrubs.
3 Things Black Men Should Know about Prostate Cancer
Learn why Black men should be especially mindful of prostate cancer risk.
Anthony (right) and his boyfriend, Bradley, on vacation in Sicily, their favorite European destination
Marching With Pride
Anthony DeMaio spent much of his younger life hiding from the spotlight. Today, he lives authentically in his personal and professional life. He also embraces the spotlight more figuratively — through a number of appearances on the small screen.
(From left) Bharat and his partner, Gregory, at Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada
Celebrating Pride: Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Pride Month 2022 is in full effect in the U.S. Many of us are seeing messages of allyship as we scroll on social media or stroll along our communities’ Main Street.