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Memorial Sloan Kettering medical oncologist Dean Bajorin
Immunotherapy Drug Lowers Risk of Bladder Cancer Returning after Surgery
People with bladder cancer may soon have a new treatment option following surgery.
Elaine sitting down on a mountain with her border collie between her legs
MSK Nurse Exemplifies Tradition of Filipino Nursing in America
Elaine Mosqueda has traveled far in so many ways since moving from the Philippines to the United States at the age of 21.
SKI immunologist Gretchen Diehl
A Delicate Balance: Learning New Ways That Gut Microbes Educate the Immune System
Researchers at the Sloan Kettering Institute have found that gut microbes shape the immune system of mice in an unexpected way.
Marcia Levine
An Unplanned Path to Nursing Leadership at MSK
Marcia Levine didn’t grow up wanting to be a nurse. It’s a career that found her, providing a direction for the desire she always had to help, to fix things, to care for others.
Composite photo of 8 nursing staff members
MSK Nurses Honored with Robbins Family Awards for Nursing Excellence
This year, the Robbins Family Awards for Nursing Excellence at Memorial Sloan Kettering held a deeper significance.
Dermatologist Ashfaq Marghoob
5 Surprising Facts about Melanoma
Expand your knowledge of melanoma with these surprising facts.
Two clinical trials looking at the effects of a ketogenic diet on cancer treatment are in the works, says MSK medical oncologist Vicky Makker (above). Photo from early 2020.
Can a Keto Diet Fight Cancer?
Learn more about how the keto diet may one day be used as a boost to cancer treatment.
Nancy Lee
MSK Radiation Oncologists: More Research Needed to Support Use of Immunotherapy in Locally Advanced Head and Neck Cancer
MSK experts co-authored a piece in Targeted Oncology about the findings from a recent clinical trial.
Memorial Sloan Kettering medical oncologist Alexander Shoushtari
New Drug Shows Promise for Treating Eye Cancer Called Uveal Melanoma
An effective treatment may have emerged for some people with uveal melanoma, a rare cancer that forms in the eye.