Memorial Sloan Kettering experts discuss the latest information on cancer-related topics, as well as advances in diagnosis, treatment, and research at our CancerSmart talks. We believe the more you know, the better equipped you will be to make informed choices about your health.

Watch videos of recent CancerSmart programs.

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Calling Cells to Arms: Engaging the Immune System to Battle Cancer

Memorial Sloan Kettering experts describe the growing importance of immunotherapy as a treatment for cancer.

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Talk to Me: Doctor, Patient, and Caregiver Communication

Experts from Memorial Sloan Kettering discuss ways that doctors, patients, and caregivers can enhance their communication.

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Targeted Therapy: The New Frontier in Breast Cancer

Medical oncologists at Memorial Sloan Kettering explain why targeted therapy represents one of the most exciting and promising areas of breast cancer research.

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Clinical Trials for Cancer

Our experts describe what you need to know about joining a clinical trial.

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Head & Neck Cancer Care Today

Memorial Sloan Kettering surgeons discuss the latest advances in head and neck cancer treatment.

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Innovation and Hope: Treatment Options for Liver Cancer

Memorial Sloan Kettering experts discuss risk factors and treatments for liver cancer.

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Getting Your Groove Back: Sex, Reproduction, and Body Image During and After Cancer

In this CancerSmart segment moderated by Max Gomez of CBS, Memorial Sloan Kettering experts discuss how to prevent cancer treatment from taking a toll on sexual health and intimacy.

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Breast Cancer: Where We Are Today, Where We’re Headed

Memorial Sloan Kettering experts describe efforts to improve our understanding — and treatment — of breast cancer.

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Cancer Genetics

In this video, Dr. Max Gomez leads a panel discussion on genetic counseling and cancer care for people with hereditary forms of cancer.

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Advances Toward the Cure and Prevention of Breast Cancer

Medical oncologist Larry Norton says that new information about how breast cancer cells behave is changing the way the disease is treated.