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Andrea Barrio, a breast cancer surgeon at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, talks to a patient
Important New Insights into Lymphedema: High Risk, Race, and Ethnicity
Learn about research on lymphedema at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, which finds that Black and Hispanic women are at highest risk.
Clinical Microbiologist Esther Babady
Clinical Microbiologist Esther Babady Recognized on Crain’s New York Business 2021 Empire Whole Health Heroes List
Throughout the pandemic, Dr. Babady used her vast expertise in clinical microbiology and molecular diagnosis of infectious diseases to keep employees and patients safe.
Francesca Gany
MSK Joins the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network for Policy Forum on Health Equity
MSK’s Francesca Gany emphasized the need to overcome the digital and linguistic divides between the healthcare system and communities.
In the Lab
Kalina Belcheva, Teddy Yewdell, Jayanta Chaudhuri, and Ryan Smolkin standing together in a lab
SKI Research Reveals New Insights into Immune Response to Viral Infections — Including COVID-19
Research from Sloan Kettering Institute immunologists suggests that the body may mount an immune response to respiratory viruses that lasts longer than previously thought. The discovery could impact the timing of COVID-19 vaccinations.
Craig B. Thompson
Craig B. Thompson Named to AMNY Metro and PoliticsNY’s Power Players in Health Care List
The list honors health care leaders who envision a better future for all New Yorkers.
SKI immunologist Andrea Schietinger
Discovery of a Stem-like T Cell in Type 1 Diabetes Holds Potential for Improving Cancer Immunotherapy, Sloan Kettering Institute Scientists Say
As an autoimmune disease, Type 1 diabetes raises important questions about immune cell activity that have broad implications for immunotherapy.
Mary Elizabeth Williams with her husband, two daughters, and mother-in-law
Cancer Straight Talk: A Conversation with Writer and Cancer Survivor Mary Elizabeth Williams
Diane Reidy-Lagunes sits down with Mary Elizabeth Williams to discuss what it was like being part of a phase 1 clinical trial, how clear communication can affect health outcomes, how guilt often accompanies survival, and what not to say to a cancer patient.
Around the World: Important New Research Reveals Insights into Colorectal Cancer in West Africa
Research by a team at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has found important new insights into colorectal cancer in Nigeria that have significant implications for treating the disease in West Africa. This research also expands awareness of how different population groups may require different approaches in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
MSK Thought Leaders Featured at The Atlantic’s People V. Cancer
MSK Thought Leaders Featured at The Atlantic’s People V. Cancer
MSK experts participated in the 2021 People v. Cancer summit, hosted by The Atlantic, which explored the latest in cancer research and the important ways in which prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and well-being are interrelated.
Table with Thanksgiving dinner
How to Keep Holiday Traditions and Culture while Cooking for People with Cancer
Learn how to make guests with cancer feel welcome and included at the table this holiday season.