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In the News

MSK Experts Report Advances in Lymphoma Treatment at the 2019 ASH Meeting

Learn more about the work of MSK lymphoma researchers being presented at the 2019 meeting of the American Society of Hematology.

Exterior shot of building at ASH meeting

Finding

Largest Study of Its Kind Reveals New Targetable Genetic Causes of the Rare Blood Disorder Histiocytosis

In an international study led by MSK, researchers reported finding key mutations driving the disease histiocytosis for nearly all of the people included.

Two images of a human torso show a reduction in tumors after treatment with targeted therapy.

In the Clinic

MSK Leads the Way in Neurofibromatosis Research and Treatment

Learn some of the ways MSK is advancing care for people with neurofibromatosis.

Molecular Studies Provide New Clues about Rare Soft Tissue Sarcoma

In the Lab

Analyzing Urine Can Guide the Treatment of Childhood Kidney Tumors

A protein detected in the urine of children with Wilms’ tumor led to the development of a test to improve diagnosis and treatment.

Illustration of child with kidneys highlighted, cup of urine, and a beam of light.

In the News

ASCO 2019: PARP Inhibitors Benefit People with Pancreatic Cancer Who Have a BRCA Mutation

Results from a large phase III clinical trial unveiled at this year’s ASCO meeting identify an effective targeted therapy for a subset of people with pancreatic cancer.

MSK medical oncologist Eileen O'Reilly with a patient

Q&A

Why Are More Young Adults Getting Cancer? Obesity May Be to Blame

Cancer among younger Americans is on the rise, and much of it is linked to obesity. An MSK expert on diet and cancer explains what’s behind this disturbing new trend.

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Feature

What’s in Your Fridge, Doc? The Real-Life Diet of an Expert on Nutrition and Cancer

Learn about the real-life diet of a top cancer expert and how good nutrition can help reduce the risk of the disease.

Medical oncologist Neil Iyengar

Feature

For Some People with Cancer, a Simple Blood Test Can Be a Lifesaver

He was given a wrong diagnosis. She couldn’t breathe. One test changed both their lives.

Joey Laurore and Dr. Bob Li