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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.
Miguel-Angel Perales and patient Kimberly Hoffman
Live and Let Thrive: Bone Marrow Transplant Recipients Gather for 26th Time to Celebrate
Read about the 26th annual bone marrow transplant (BMT) Thrivers event, which took place on November 17, 2021.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Collaborates with Global Community on the Bloomberg New Economy International Cancer Coalition to Accelerate and Expand Access to New Therapies and Clinical Trials
The Coalition was discussed at the fourth annual Bloomberg New Economy Forum (NEF) in Singapore on November 16–19.
Integrative Oncology: Helping to Bridge a Gap in Cancer Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
In a recently published paper MSK's Jun Mao explores the global challenges of cancer control and the current status of integrative oncology, offering recommendations to improve access to safe, effective, evidence-based, and culturally sensitive cancer care.
In the Lab
Maria Jasin
Sloan Kettering Institute Researchers Discover One Way Genetic Mutations Occur During Formation of Eggs and Sperm
Investigators have employed mutant mice to study how the accumulation of genetic errors is managed during egg and sperm formation.
Mike Czumak, Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer
Mike Czumak Named to Crain’s Notable Veterans Executives List
Crain’s New York Business announced that MSK’s Mike Czumak, Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer, is included on its 2021 Notable Veterans Executive List.
Clockwise from top left: Yolanda Bryce, Fiorella Iglesias Cardenas, Beatriz Wills Sanin, and Sarah Noor
MSK Clinicians Selected for Career Development Program Aimed at Clinical Trial Diversity
Four MSK clinicians were accepted into a career development program aimed at increasing diverse participation in clinical trials.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center patient Sandra Lowe
Sandra’s Story: How Minimally Invasive Surgery Maximizes Recovery from Lung Cancer
Meet Sandra Lowe, who was diagnosed with lung cancer in February 2021 and was treated successfully at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.