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In the Clinic

Intestinal Bacteria May Affect Risk of Cancer Returning after Bone Marrow Transplantation

Learn how a patient’s intestinal bacteria may influence the risk of cancers such as leukemia or lymphoma returning after bone marrow transplantation.

Illustration of intestinal tract with magnifying glass held over it revealing various microbes.

In the Lab

CRISPR Genome-Editing Tool Takes Cancer Immunotherapy to the Next Level

What do you get when you combine two of the hottest areas of biotechnology? A new paper from MSK researchers explains.

CAR T cells attacking cancer

In the Lab

Could a Topical Cream Prevent Lymphedema? Study in Mice Suggests Yes

By blocking a source of inflammation in the skin, it may be possible to prevent or treat this debilitating cancer complication.

In the Lab

Scientists Home in on Treatment Advance for Chemotherapy-Resistant Small Cell Lung Cancer

An epigenetic mechanism may make small cell lung cancer vulnerable to a new kind of attack.

MSK scientists Charles Rudin and John Poirier

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.

Finding

Study Highlights Workplace Difficulties Some Women Face During Cancer Treatment

Discover the role of the work environment in the life and career of an employee with cancer.

Woman giving presentation at work

Feature

Stemming the Tide: A Promising Target for Treating Some Blood Cancers

Learn about a potential new strategy for treating people with blood cancers that targets a protein on cancer stem cells.

Blue sphere (stem cell) with green dots scattered around the surface

Poetry in Motion: The Meaning behind the Stunning Sculpture at MSK’s Josie Robertson Surgery Center

Discover the significance of the Josie Robertson Surgery Center’s signature art piece.

In the Clinic

Interventional Radiology at MSK Regional Sites Offers Patients Minimally Invasive Cancer Care Closer to Home

MSK now offers interventional radiology consultations as well as many procedures at three of its outpatient locations.

CT and PET/CT images of needle biopsy

In the Lab

Study Suggests Ways to Make Bone Marrow Transplants Safer for People with Blood Cancers

A dangerous treatment side effect called graft-versus-host disease may be lessened with genetically engineered immune cells.

Physician-scientists Marcel van den Brink and Michel Sadelain