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A Tale of Two Ashleys: Meet a Nurse and a Patient Teaming Up for the New York City Marathon

Read about Ashley Landay, a breast cancer patient at MSK, who will run the TCS New York City Marathon with her chemotherapy nurse, Ashley Pildis.

Pictured: Ashley Landay (left) and Ashley Pildis (right)

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Christina’s Story: Why I Donated Stem Cells to Someone I’ve Never Met

An MSK project manager shares her experiences as a stem cell donor.

Marcel van den Brink, Christina Muggeo, Mary Muggeo (Christina's mom), Bob Muggeo (Christina's dad), and James Kirkland (DKMS Content Strategist)

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5 Ways MSK Can Help with Your New Year’s Resolutions

Learn how your care team at MSK can support your goals in the coming year.

MSK Volunteer

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How MSK Donors Drive Early Research to Help People with Cancer

Developing new ways to fight cancer is complex. At Memorial Sloan Kettering, patients, doctors, and scientists all participate in research that leads to new discoveries.

Miguel Perales and his patient Jay

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Why I Run Marathons for Cancer Research: One Physician-Scientist Shares His Story

Learn about Marcel van den Brink, who has run over a dozen marathons to raise money for cancer research at MSK.

Physician-scientist Marcel van den Brink running the 2008 New York City marathon

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Abby’s Army: Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivor Cycles for a Cause

Hear from Abby Wood, a survivor of Hodgkin lymphoma, who is now giving back to MSK through fundraising with Cycle for Survival.

Hodgkin lymphoma survivor Abby Wood

Sunrise Day Camp: Where Kids with Cancer — and Their Siblings — Can Be Kids for the Summer

Discover how Sunrise Association Day Camps are transforming summer for children affected by cancer.

MSK patient Zachary Levine

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Ten Years of Inspiration and Hope: Bridges Celebrates Its Anniversary

Learn more about Memorial Sloan Kettering’s newsletter for cancer survivors, which is celebrating its tenth year of publication.

the Bridges team at dinner

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Meet This Year's Stop & Shop Ambassadors for Pediatric Cancer Research

Meet the four young ambassadors featured in the annual Stop & Shop campaign to fundraise for the Department of Pediatrics at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

Young girl wearing pink sits with her mother

Honors

Pediatric Leukemia Researcher Melvyn Greaves Awarded The Society Prize at the Annual GSK Convocation

Childhood leukemia expert Melvyn Greaves received The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Prize at the 2018 Gerstner Sloan Kettering Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSK) commencement.

Andrew Kung with pediatric leukemia researcher Melvyn Greaves