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Dr. Robin Mendelsohn
MSK Expert Weighs in On New Colorectal Cancer Screening Recommendations
The United States Preventive Services Task Force released updated draft recommendations on colorectal cancer screening which, among other things, call for screening for the general population to begin at age 45.
In the Clinic
Anne Covey
No Scalpel Required: Targeting Liver Tumors with Interventional Radiology
Interventional radiology uses minimally invasive procedures that can treat some liver tumors as effectively as surgery.
In the Lab
An illustration of a reel of film
Feature Presentation: 3D Movies of Cell Signaling in Early Development from the Hadjantonakis Lab
Grab your popcorn and pull up a chair for these video shorts of cell signaling in early mouse development.
Researchers Ahmet Zehir and Elli Papaemmanuil talk while looking at a computer.
Why Do Certain Chemotherapies Increase the Likelihood of Blood Cancer?
New research focuses on clonal hematopoiesis, an age-related blood condition that increases the risk of blood cancer.
Natassia Singh, RN will take part in a one-hour discussion about "Clouds"
A Deeper Look into ‘Clouds’: An End of Life Conversation Featuring MSK’s Natassia Singh, RN
Despite the enormity of a terminal cancer diagnosis, finding a sense of meaning and joy in the final stages of life is possible. MSK ICU Nurse, Natassia Singh, took part in a one-hour panel discussion focusing on the challenges and gifts of end of life clinical care.
Radiologist Maxine Jochelson
Imaging and Artificial Intelligence Tools Help Predict Response to Breast Cancer Therapy
For HER2-positive breast cancers, MRI scans that employ machine-learning algorithms can provide more guidance than biopsies alone.
ASTRO 2020
MSK Experts Featured at the 2020 ASTRO Annual Meeting
MSK physicians and scientists are involved in notable research to be presented during the virtual meeting.
In the Lab
MSK immunologist Ming Li.
MSK-led Studies Support the Concept of “Cancer Environment Immunotherapy”
Targeting the cancer environment, rather than the cancer itself, could be a new avenue for immunotherapy.
MSK Kids staff at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Raising Awareness and Funds: Recognizing Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month
MSK Kids, the pediatric oncology program at MSK, is committed to shining a light on pediatric cancer. While there is a significant threat to pediatric cancer research stemming from COVID-19’s impact on philanthropy, several organizations helped MSK recognize pediatric cancer awareness month by fundraising for MSK Kids.
Couple looking at laptop screen together
What You Should Know about Your Health Insurance Options During Open Enrollment
Melanie Steele, Director of Patient Financial Engagement at Memorial Sloan Kettering, answers key questions you might have about health insurance heading into 2021.