Jacqueline F. Bromberg, MD, PhD
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Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with Aetna HMO, POS, and PPO plans. Aetna does not include us in any of the plans you can purchase through the insurance exchanges or through Medicare. Please ask your insurance if you need a one-time referral. MSK has an agreement with the Aetna Transplant Program for all Aetna's commercial products.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is a designated Blue Distinction Center for bone marrow transplant and CAR-T.
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Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with CIGNA's HMO, POS, and PPO plans. CIGNA does not include us in any of the plans you can buy through the insurance exchanges.
- If you are a New York State resident: Please ask your insurance if you need a one-time referral.
- If you live outside of New York State: Please ask your insurance if you have in-network access to Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with EmblemHealth’s PPO, EPO, POS, HMO plans. EmblemHealth includes GHI, HIP, Vytra, and ConnecticCare (in NYS Only). You must bring a referral from your Emblem primary care doctor to your first appointment. In-network participation exceptions include:
- Emblem’s HIP Commercial Millennium, Select Care and Enhanced Care Prime networks is not in-network with Memorial Sloan Kettering.
- Please call Emblem to confirm if your specific plan is in-network.
For information regarding Memorial Sloan Kettering’s participation with Emblem’s Medicare Advantage Plans, please refer to the Medicare & Medicaid page
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield (Wellpoint) of New York Indemnity, HMO, EPO, PPO, POS and Medicare Advantage plans, with the following exceptions:
- Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield does not include us in any of the plans you can buy through the insurance exchanges.
- Please call Empire BCBS to confirm if your specific plan is in-network with Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with HealthFirst’s commercial products; these commercial products are not purchased on the insurance exchanges.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with HealthSmart’s Accel, HSPC, and HPO networks.
For our NJ locations, Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with most Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey plans for individuals, families, and small businesses. Horizon members with Blue Card Access (there would be a suitcase logo on the front of the card) may have access to our NY locations. Please call Horizon to confirm if your plan is in-network in NY.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is a designated Center of Excellence by Humana.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is a designated Center of Excellence by Interlink Health Services.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is a designated Center of Excellence by Lifetrac.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider for all MagnaCare health plans except those products you can buy through the insurance exchanges.
For information about Medicare and Medicaid, please visit this page
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with some Multiplan/Beech Street/PHCS plans. Contact your insurance carrier to find out if your plan provides in-network access to Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is a designated Center of Excellence by Multiplan.
If you are covered by more than one insurance plan, you will want to determine your benefits from both plans. First, you need to determine which one is your primary insurance provider by contacting your employee benefits office or your insurance carriers. After you find out which is your primary insurance provider, you should then contact your insurance carrier to determine if you have access to Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with some MVP plans. Contact your insurance carrier to find out if your plan provides in-network access to Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider for New York State employees who have enrolled in UnitedHealthcare's Cancer Resource Services. If you have the Empire Plan, you should call Cancer Resources Services at 866-936-6002 to verify and enroll in this coverage.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is in-network with Oscar’s Circle Plus Network, a part of its Small Group Broad line that is offered only to select small business groups. Oscar does not include Memorial Sloan Kettering as an in-network provider for any of its individual plans. Please confirm eligibility with your insurance carrier.
Most Blue Cross Blue Shield plans include Memorial Sloan Kettering as an in-network provider. Contact your insurance company to confirm if Memorial Sloan Kettering is in-network.
We have agreements with several insurance companies that may provide additional coverage for cancer patients. These benefit programs include:
- AXA Assistance USA
- Beech Street
- Integrated Health Plans
- National Health Administrators
- National Preferred Provider Network
- UnitedHealthcare's Cancer Resource Services
- United Resource Network
- Veterans Choice Program
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with Oxford’s Freedom and Liberty plans as well as the Metro Plan (which is only offered to small business groups and no longer offered as individual plans). Please confirm with your insurance if you need a one-time referral. Note: Oxford’s Medicare Managed Care plan — Secure Horizon — does not include Memorial Sloan Kettering as an in-network provider. Oxford does not include us in any of the plans you can buy through the insurance exchanges.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with the World Trade Center Health Program.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with QualCare's PPO and HMO/POS network.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is a designated Center of Excellence by Specialty Care Management.
Hospital and physician services may be covered by TRICARE. Please call your TRICARE plan to confirm coverage at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is an in-network provider with UnitedHealthCare's HMO, POS, and PPO plans. Please confirm with your insurance if a one-time referral is needed.
UnitedHealthCare's Medicare Managed Care plan does not include Memorial Sloan Kettering as an in-network provider.
United does not include us in any of the plans you can buy through the insurance exchanges.
Memorial Sloan Kettering is a designated Center of Excellence by UnitedHealthcare.
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MD, University of North Carolina School of Medicine; PhD, University of North Carolina, Department of Genetics
Internal Medicine - Barnes Hospital
Medical Oncology/Hematology - Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Internal Medicine; Medical Oncology
I am a physician-scientist with 25 years of clinical expertise caring for people with breast cancer. I work as part of a team of breast cancer specialists who see patients in New York City and in Monmouth, New Jersey.
One of my primary objectives is to educate my patients and support them so they can make informed decisions about their care. I take the time to explain the clinical research leading to our treatment recommendations. For example, when patients first meet with me, they often ask how they can improve their tolerance and response to treatment. We discuss the evidence supporting the positive role of exercise and maintaining a normal body mass index (BMI). It’s important for patients to have control over their care and well-being, and these interventions may result in improved outcomes.
I became interested in oncology because of the exciting advances happening in the field. I wanted to study how cancers develop, metastasize (spread), and become resistant to treatment. As a cancer biologist, I’m proud to say that my research is now contributing to that body of work.
I have a particular interest in an aggressive type of breast cancer called inflammatory breast cancer (IBC). This type is known for its resistance to treatment and its capacity to metastasize. Learning why this cancer is so virulent is a focus of our research.
In collaboration with my colleagues in surgery (Audree Tadros) and in radiation oncology (Amy Xu), I am part of a multidisciplinary IBC program aimed at determining the best treatments and clinical trials for our patients. Our research centers on understanding why these cancers can be resistant to treatments, so we can find more effective therapies.
In addition, my colleagues and I have investigated how cancer cells and the tissues around them interact with each other. We’ve learned certain factors can affect metastasis. Our research is currently focused on microscopic structures called exosomes that circulate in the blood and travel to distant sites in the body where they can set the stage for cancer cells to take root and thrive. Conversely, there is growing data demonstrating that exosomes from a variety of normal cells may restrain the development of cancer.
We seek to understand how these exosomes may predict response to treatment, as well as how they can either promote or prevent cancer growth, resistance to targeted therapies, and metastasis — which is responsible for 90% of all deaths from solid tumors.
Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my two adult daughters. I relax by enjoying the colorful beauty of flowers such as tulips, lilacs, and ranunculus, and listening to classical music by Bach or Schubert. I also lead an active lifestyle, whether I’m home playing with my border collie, Milo, or outdoors hiking and skiing. I particularly enjoy hiking in the Canadian Rockies and skiing at Alta in Utah.
Memorial Sloan Kettering's doctors and scientists are constantly developing new treatments for cancer. MSK is typically running hundreds of clinical trials at a given time.
You may be able to participate in a clinical trial even if you are new to MSK. Search our online directory to find trial information and see more about who can participate.
Research and Publications
Sansone P, Savini C, Kurelac I, Chang Q, Amato LB, Strillacci A, Stepanova A, Iommarini L, Mastroleo C, Daly L, Galkin A, Thakur BK, Soplop N, Uryu K, Hoshino A, Norton L, Bonafé M, Cricca M, Gasparre G, Lyden D, Bromberg J. Packaging and transfer of mitochondrial DNA via exosomes regulate escape from dormancy in hormonal therapy-resistant breast cancer. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 Oct 24;114(43):E9066-E9075. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1704862114. Epub 2017 Oct 11. Erratum in: Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 Nov 13;: PMID: 29073103; PMCID: PMC5664494.
Sansone P, Berishaj M, Rajasekhar VK, Ceccarelli C, Chang Q, Strillacci A, Savini C, Shapiro L, Bowman RL, Mastroleo C, De Carolis S, Daly L, Benito-Martin A, Perna F, Fabbri N, Healey JH, Spisni E, Cricca M, Lyden D, Bonafé M, Bromberg J. Evolution of Cancer Stem-like Cells in Endocrine-Resistant Metastatic Breast Cancers Is Mediated by Stromal Microvesicles. Cancer Res. 2017 Apr 15;77(8):1927-1941. doi: 10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-16-2129. Epub 2017 Feb 15. Erratum in: Cancer Res. 2017 Oct 1;77(19):5438. PMID: 28202520; PMCID: PMC5392366.
Hoshino A, Kim HS, Bojmar L, Gyan KE, Cioffi M, Hernandez J, Zambirinis CP, Rodrigues G, Molina H, Heissel S, Mark MT, Steiner L, Benito-Martin A, Lucotti S, Di Giannatale A, Offer K, Nakajima M, Williams C, Nogués L, Pelissier Vatter FA, Hashimoto A, Davies AE, Freitas D, Kenific CM, Ararso Y, Buehring W, Lauritzen P, Ogitani Y, Sugiura K, Takahashi N, Alečković M, Bailey KA, Jolissant JS, Wang H, Harris A, Schaeffer LM, García-Santos G, Posner Z, Balachandran VP, Khakoo Y, Raju GP, Scherz A, Sagi I, Scherz-Shouval R, Yarden Y, Oren M, Malladi M, Petriccione M, De Braganca KC, Donzelli M, Fischer C, Vitolano S, Wright GP, Ganshaw L, Marrano M, Ahmed A, DeStefano J, Danzer E, Roehrl MHA, Lacayo NJ, Vincent TC, Weiser MR, Brady MS, Meyers PA, Wexler LH, Ambati SR, Chou AJ, Slotkin EK, Modak S, Roberts SS, Basu EM, Diolaiti D, Krantz BA, Cardoso F, Simpson AL, Berger M, Rudin CM, Simeone DM, Jain M, Ghajar CM, Batra SK, Stanger BZ, Bui J, Brown KA, Rajasekhar VK, Healey JH, de Sousa M, Kramer K, Sheth S, Baisch J, Pascual V, Heaton TE, La Quaglia MP, Pisapia DJ, Schwartz R, Zhang H, Liu Y, Shukla A, Blavier L, DeClerck YA, LaBarge M, Bissell MJ, Caffrey TC, Grandgenett PM, Hollingsworth MA, Bromberg J, Costa-Silva B, Peinado H, Kang Y, Garcia BA, O’Reilly EM, Kelsen D, Trippett TM, Jones DR, Matei IR, Jarnagin WR, Lyden D. Extracellular Vesicle and Particle Biomarkers Define Multiple Human Cancers. Cell. 2020 Aug 20;182(4):1044-1061.e18. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2020.07.009. Epub 2020 Aug 13. PMID: 32795414; PMCID: PMC7522766.
Deipolyi AR, Riedl CC, Bromberg J, Chandarlapaty S, Klebanoff CA, Sofocleous CT, Yarmohammadi H, Brody LA, Boas FE, Ziv E. Association of PI3K Pathway Mutations with Early Positron-Emission Tomography/CT Imaging Response after Radioembolization for Breast Cancer Liver Metastases: Results of a Single-Center Retrospective Pilot Study. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2018 Sep;29(9):1226-1235. doi: 10.1016/j.jvir.2018.04.018. Epub 2018 Aug 3. PMID: 30078647; PMCID: PMC6663492.
Yu HA, Perez L, Chang Q, Gao SP, Kris MG, Riely GJ, Bromberg J. A Phase 1/2 Trial of Ruxolitinib and Erlotinib in Patients with EGFR-Mutant Lung Adenocarcinomas with Acquired Resistance to Erlotinib. J Thorac Oncol. 2017 Jan;12(1):102-109. doi: 10.1016/j.jtho.2016.08.140. Epub 2016 Sep 6. PMID: 27613527; PMCID: PMC5552054.
Rodrigues G, Hoshino A, Kenific CM, Matei IR, Steiner L, Freitas D, Kim HS, Oxley PR, Scandariato I, Casanova-Salas I, Dai J, Badwe CR, Gril B, Tešić Mark M, Dill BD, Molina H, Zhang H, Benito-Martin A, Bojmar L, Ararso Y, Offer K, LaPlant Q, Buehring W, Wang H, Jiang X, Lu TM, Liu Y, Sabari JK, Shin SJ, Narula N, Ginter PS, Rajasekhar VK, Healey JH, Meylan E, Costa-Silva B, Wang SE, Rafii S, Altorki NK, Rudin CM, Jones DR, Steeg PS, Peinado H, Ghajar CM, Bromberg J, de Sousa M, Pisapia D, Lyden D. Tumour exosomal CEMIP protein promotes cancer cell colonization in brain metastasis. Nat Cell Biol. 2019 Nov;21(11):1403-1412. doi: 10.1038/s41556-019-0404-4. Epub 2019 Nov 4. PMID: 31685984; PMCID: PMC7354005.
Peinado H, Zhang H, Matei IR, Costa-Silva B, Hoshino A, Rodrigues G, Psaila B, Kaplan RN, Bromberg JF, Kang Y, Bissell MJ, Cox TR, Giaccia AJ, Erler JT, Hiratsuka S, Ghajar CM, Lyden D. Pre-metastatic niches: organ-specific homes for metastases. Nat Rev Cancer. 2017 May;17(5):302-317. doi: 10.1038/nrc.2017.6. Epub 2017 Mar 17. PMID: 28303905.
Gao SP, Chang Q, Mao N, Daly LA, Vogel R, Chan T, Liu SH, Bournazou E, Schori E, Zhang H, Brewer MR, Pao W, Morris L, Ladanyi M, Arcila M, Manova-Todorova K, de Stanchina E, Norton L, Levine RL, Altan-Bonnet G, Solit D, Zinda M, Huszar D, Lyden D, Bromberg JF. JAK2 inhibition sensitizes resistant EGFR-mutant lung adenocarcinoma to tyrosine kinase inhibitors. Sci Signal. 2016 Mar 29;9(421):ra33. doi: 10.1126/scisignal.aac8460. PMID: 27025877; PMCID: PMC4950506.
Rajappa P, Cobb WS, Vartanian E, Huang Y, Daly L, Hoffman C, Zhang J, Shen B, Yanowitch R, Garg K, Cisse B, Haddock S, Huse J, Pisapia DJ, Chan TA, Lyden DC, Bromberg JF, Greenfield JP. Malignant Astrocytic Tumor Progression Potentiated by JAK-mediated Recruitment of Myeloid Cells. Clin Cancer Res. 2017 Jun 15;23(12):3109-3119. doi: 10.1158/1078-0432.CCR-16-1508. Epub 2016 Dec 30. PMID: 28039266; PMCID: PMC5769921.
Chang Q, Bournazou E, Sansone P, Berishaj M, Gao SP, Daly L, Wels J, Theilen T, Granitto S, Zhang X, Cotari J, Alpaugh ML, de Stanchina E, Manova K, Li M, Bonafe M, Ceccarelli C, Taffurelli M, Santini D, Altan-Bonnet G, Kaplan R, Norton L, Nishimoto N, Huszar D, Lyden D, Bromberg J. The IL-6/JAK/Stat3 feed-forward loop drives tumorigenesis and metastasis. Neoplasia. 2013 Jul;15(7):848-62. doi: 10.1593/neo.13706. PMID: 23814496; PMCID: PMC3689247.
Visit PubMed for a full listing of Dr. Bromberg’s journal articles. Pubmed is an online index of research papers and other articles from the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
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