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Food as Medicine: How MSK Is Helping Latinx Cancer Patients Eat Right
Discover how Memorial Sloan Kettering is teaming up with local hospitals to promote healthy eating in the Latinx community.
Breast cancer patient Mikaela Rix
Mikaela’s Story: Facing Breast Cancer as a Woman in Her 20s
Former college lacrosse player Mikaela Rix, diagnosed at age 26, accessed a wide range of resources offered by MSK’s new program tailored for young women with breast cancer.
Linda Collins, an MSK patient, posing for a photo outside
Why Black Women Are Twice as Likely to Die of Endometrial Cancer — and What MSK Is Doing to Change It
Learn why Black women face a higher risk of death from endometrial cancer, and about a new effort led by Dr. Carol Brown at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to close the gap.
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A Career Built on Love: Nurse Carmen Mendez
Meet Carmen Mendez, a perioperative nurse liaison at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center who is driven by compassion and empathy for the family members of patients undergoing surgery.
MSK’s Kevin P. Browne, RN, Honored with 2021 Firefighter Thomas Phelan Memorial Award
Going Above and Beyond: MSK’s Kevin P. Browne, RN, Honored with 2021 Firefighter Thomas Phelan Memorial Award
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s (MSK) Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Kevin P. Browne, DNP, RN, CNS, CCRN, was named the recipient of the 2021 Firefighter Thomas Phelan Memorial Award by the Irish American Building Society (IABS).
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Kids Walk For MSK Kids: Recognizing Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month and at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, we continue to work to bring awareness and advance research and treatments for our youngest and most vulnerable patients — not only in September, but every day.
MSK Kids patient Irene Dimatulac
Cancer Straight Talk: How MSK Supports Young Adults with Cancer
Learn how the Lisa and Scott Stuart Center for Adolescent and Young Adult Cancers at Memorial Sloan Kettering is transforming the experience, care, and outcomes of teens and young adults with cancer.
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For Men with Prostate Cancer, When Is Active Surveillance Better than Treatment?
Learn why Bobby Logan chose active surveillance for his prostate cancer, and how he was successfully treated after his tumor changed.
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A Lifetime of Connecting with People: MSK Security Guard Ruben Escobar
Meet Ruben Escobar, an MSK security guard who values his family members, friends, and colleagues who have helped him get through life’s pivots and challenges.
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The War on Cancer Must Be Global: MSK Experts Promote More Collaboration at Forbes China Summit
Learn about how MSK staff members recently participated in the 2021 Forbes China Healthcare Summit and spoke about how the war on cancer must be fought internationally with teams collaborating across political boundaries.