Changing how the world treats cancer has a double meaning and a ripple effect.
It denotes making groundbreaking discoveries and practice-changing treatment advances. It also suggest sharing that knowledge with as many people as possible.
At Memorial Sloan Kettering, we’ve created new ways to facilitate more discoveries, even more rapidly. We’ve also put in place creative new approaches to sharing — reaching within our own walls and beyond them to move what we know about cancer research, treatment, and care delivery into an ever-expanding universe of patients and fellow clinicians and scientists.
We aspire to touch the lives of as many patients as possible and to forge new collaborations with colleagues who will join with us in changing how the world treats cancer.