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Finding

#AACR17: Basket Trial for Experimental Drug Shows Promising Early Results

Neratinib, which targets mutations that drive cancer growth, is showing promise for treating several types of cancer.

David Hyman and Robin Gillespie

Feature

With MSK Leading the Way, Precision Medicine Links Lab Research to Patient Care

Therapies that target genetic alterations in tumors are showing promise for many cancer patients, but challenges in developing these new treatments remain.

Announcement

Stop, Collaborate, and Share Data: AACR Project GENIE Seeks to Advance Cancer Treatment

Eight leading cancer centers are coming together to share genomic sequencing data, in the hope of making faster progress in curing cancer.

Image of As, Ts, Cs, and Gs representing genetic code

Feature

6 Reasons to Come to MSK Monmouth for Your Cancer Care

Discover Memorial Sloan Kettering Monmouth, our newest outpatient center in Middletown Township, New Jersey.

In the Clinic

Targeting Pancreatic Cancer: An Increased Focus on Developing New Clinical Trials

Pancreatic cancer is difficult to treat, but researchers are focused on developing treatments that are personalized based on each individual patient’s disease.

Feature

Meet Andrew Kung, MSK’s New Chair of the Department of Pediatrics

Meet Andrew Kung, MSK’s new Chair of the Department of Pediatrics.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Chair of the Department of Pediatrics Andrew Kung

Q&A

What’s New in Osteosarcoma and Other Bone Cancers

Learn more about how MSK is developing new treatments for osteosarcoma and other bone cancers.

MSK Surgeon John Healey

In the Lab

New Lung Cancer Therapy May Target Previously Untreatable Tumors

Researchers are developing uses for a drug that could benefit many people with lung cancer.

Colored x-ray of lung cancer

Q&A

Liquid Biopsy Shows Promise for Guiding Prostate Cancer Treatment

A new blood test may help doctors decide which treatment would be best for prostate cancer patients.

Microscopic image of stained cells, six blue and one red.

In the Clinic

Liquid Biopsy Shown to Be Effective in Assessing Response to Breast Cancer Drugs

Two studies show that a liquid biopsy, which analyzes tumor DNA in the blood, can reveal essential information about how breast cancers respond to therapies.

Hand in surgical glove holding up small beaker of blood.