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Ask the Expert

What are the benefits of exercise during and after cancer treatment?

Lara Benusis, head of Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Exercise and Yoga Program, discusses what cancer patients should know about exercise during and after treatment.

Pictured: Lara Benusis

Video

Watch Our Experts Discuss the Latest in Lymphoma Diagnosis and Treatment

Lymphoma experts at Memorial Sloan Kettering discuss new directions in the diagnosis and treatment of this type of cancer.

Pictured: Anas Younes, Joachim Yahalom & Ahmet Dogan

In the Lab

Researchers Fast-Forward Stem Cell Aging to Study Degenerative Diseases

A team of Memorial Sloan Kettering scientists has come up with an approach to make stem-cell-derived neurons rapidly age in a cell culture dish. The breakthrough could transform research into Parkinson’s and other late-onset diseases.

Pictured: Stem cell-derived nerve cells exposed to progerin

In the Clinic

Memorial Sloan Kettering Research Featured in Report on Top Cancer Advances of 2013

The American Society of Clinical Oncology’s annual report on top clinical cancer advances of the year once again features several studies led by Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers.

Pictured: Low-dose CT scans

Slide Show

Puppy Love: Caring Canines Unleash Their Therapeutic Potential

Here we share with you a selection of photos featuring our favorite therapy dogs, Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Caring Canines.

Pictured: Ruby

In the News

Cancer Immunotherapy Named Science Magazine “Breakthrough of the Year”

Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers have played a major role in cancer immunotherapy research, named “Breakthrough of the Year” by Science magazine.

Pictured: T cells

In Memoriam

Memorial Sloan Kettering Mourns the Death of Cancer Research Pioneer Janet Rowley

Memorial Sloan Kettering President and CEO Craig Thompson reflects on the life and career of cancer research pioneer Janet Rowley.

Richard Barakat Appointed Deputy Physician-in-Chief for Memorial Sloan Kettering Regional Care Network and Alliances

Gynecological surgeon Richard Barakat will lead the network by expanding its presence in the New York metropolitan area while also building relationships and forming alliances with medical institutions outside the region.

Pictured: Richard R. Barakat,

Ask the Expert

Will I become addicted to the pain medications I may need during my cancer treatment?

Memorial Sloan Kettering physician Natalie Moryl discusses pain medications in cancer treatment and why patients should not avoid them due to fears of addiction.

Pictured: Natalie Moryl (Khojainova), MD

Profile

At Work: Immunologist Alexander Rudensky

Alexander Rudensky’s research focuses on the role of a subset of white blood cells called regulatory T cells, which are believed to suppress the immune system’s ability to fight tumors.

Pictured: Alexander Rudensky