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MSK head and neck surgeon Marc Cohen and a patient
Questions To Ask an Oncologist During Your First Visit After a Cancer Diagnosis
A cancer diagnosis is life-changing. You might be thinking, “I have cancer, now what?” The first step is to make an appointment with an oncologist — a ...
MSK bile duct cancer patient Berta Pesantez
How MSK Is Making Cancer Clinical Trials in NYC Easier To Access
Berta Pesantez knew the outlook wasn’t good. She had stage 4 cancer of the bile duct, and the chemotherapy she was receiving at her local hospi...
Blood samples being prepared for a centrifuge
MSK Research Highlights, ASH Annual Meeting 2022
Numerous developments in cellular therapy, multiple myeloma, leukemia and lymphoma are being presented by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) researchers at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting, which runs December 10-13.
Ray Hunter participated in the 2022 Summer Pipeline Program at MSK.
Ray Hunter: A Medical Student Determined to Serve His Community
Hear from a medical student that participated in the Office of Health Equity’s Summer Pipeline Program.
MSK Postdoc Siting Gan
Sloan Kettering Institute Postdoc Spotlight: Siting Gan, Massagué and Pe'er Labs
Siting Gan has the heart of a rebel. Although she focused on physics in high school in Beijing, China, where she grew up, and chose to major in physics in college, she knew that she “wanted to do research and discover things myself.” That determination to pursue her own questions led her to biology and, ultimately, to a unique situation at Sloan Kettering Institute (SKI).
MSK robotic Whipple patient Chris Scott and his wife, Kathy
Robotic Whipple Surgery Helps Chris Beat Pancreatic Cancer — Before It Started
When Chris Scott met with his urologist in January 2022, he thought they’d talk about an issue he was having with his prostate. But the conversation to...
Laboratory coats hanging from pegs
MSK Research Highlights, November 23, 2022
New research from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) and the Sloan Kettering Institute finds tumor-associated macrophages that express a specific transcription factor might be targeted to improve immunotherapy; examines how different mutational processes impact individual cell genomes in cancer; sheds new light on cell senescence in cancer; and offers new models to aid the search for new treatments for mesothelioma.
MSK's Tobias Walther and Robert Farese, Jr.
Renowned Cellular Lipid and Energy Metabolism Researchers Join the Sloan Kettering Institute
Learn about renowned cellular lipid and energy metabolism researchers Robert Farese, Jr., and Tobias Walther who recently joined the Sloan Kettering Institute, running their lab jointly.
Group of Black men posing at prostate cancer fundraising walk.
Annual Prostate Cancer Screening Pays Off for Black Community Leader in Harlem
A Black community leader seeks prompt treatment for prostate cancer, avoiding the harsh toll the disease often takes on men like him.
In the Clinic
Joyce Tyson
International Study Shows Liquid Biopsies May Improve Lung Cancer Survival
An international study led by MSK investigators has found that liquid biopsies may improve survival in people with lung cancer. These blood tests are easier for patients than more traditional tissue biopsies.