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Q&A

Immunotherapy Offers New Strategy for Treating Sarcoma

Some of the first clinical trials testing immunotherapy for the treatment of sarcoma are now under way at MSK. Here’s a snapshot of where the research stands.

Enlarged microscopic image of blue-green immune cells surrounding one blue cancer cell.

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5 Ways to Make Travel Easier When Your Child Has Cancer

If you are the parent of a child who has cancer, here are some suggestions to ensure a fun and memorable summer vacation.

A family at an airport during summer vacation

Ask the Expert

Coping with Active Surveillance

Learn strategies for handling anxiety you may feel if you’re in active surveillance, also called watchful waiting, from Memorial Sloan Kettering psychiatrist Andrew Roth.

MSK internist Debra Mangino

In the Clinic

How Research Is Driving the Latest Treatments for Sarcoma

Surgeon and researcher Aimee Crago discusses the latest treatments for different types of soft tissue sarcoma, including liposarcoma and desmoid tumors.

MSK Surgeon Aimee Crago

In the Clinic

What’s New in Leiomyosarcoma?

In this Q&A, medical oncologist Martee Hensley discusses the diagnosis and treatment of leiomyosarcoma and other uterine sarcomas.

Uterine sarcoma expert Martee Hensley cares for people with leiomyosarcoma and other uterine cancers.

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5 Ways Men Can Reduce Their Cancer Risk This Summer

Discover how you can lower your cancer risk by adopting healthy daily habits.

In the Lab

Hacking Metastasis: Nanotechnology Researchers Find New Way to Target Tumors

A protein in blood vessels that plays a role in cancer metastasis is a promising target for delivering cancer drugs to tumors using nanoparticles.

Metastatic tumor in the lung, with different colors used to represent the cell nuclei, the blood vessels, and the P-selectin protein.

In the Clinic

Study Suggests Men with Metastatic Prostate Cancer Should Be Tested for Inherited Mutations

Learn why a new finding suggests that men with advanced prostate cancer should be screened for gene mutations.

A doctor speaks with a patient who has advanced prostate cancer about inherited mutations.

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What to Know about Traveling with Cancer

Traveling with cancer can be done, even if you’re in active treatment. Plan ahead so that you can fully enjoy your summer vacation.

Woman at the airport

Survivorship

Guilt: A Lasting Side Effect for Cancer Survivors

Feelings of guilt are common after surviving cancer, but MSK offers many support services that can help patients feel better.

Lymphoblastic leukemia survivor speaking at Fabulous and Fighting event for cancer patients.