Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

The Supreme Court justice is free of cancer elsewhere in her body, doctors at Sloan Kettering said.
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The catch: It costs $475,000.
Unlike any other artist I have met, Stephen is charismatic, spiritual, intelligent - and deeply philosophical. If you didn't
The City issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) stipulating that the redevelopment uses of the site be limited to healthcare
I've been a medical oncologist for 10 years. Every day I think about my patients and the relationships I've developed with them and their families. Caring for people with cancer is rewarding, inspiring, and profound, but it is not without heartbreak.
This holiday season take time to be grateful for your blessings while giving the gift of time or money to those who need it most. You may or may not know them but they are out there and a part of our community -- the world community.
Cancer has changed my life in every conceivable way. What I had considered important became not so much. Other things -- family, friends, long summer afternoons, laughter -- suddenly became extremely important.
From our conversation, I knew I had to stop sitting still. Stop accepting that we got the best, without checking it out myself. I chose to not accept statistics. I couldn't take my son's cancer away, but there were other things I could do. Everett and I got busy researching.
Desi is currently undergoing treatment at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, but her parents want to raise enough
The star stopped in to visit Shelby Huff, a young girl suffering from post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease, and stayed
After I was diagnosed, I can't remember who first suggested that I find my new normal or the first time I saw it written in quotes -- "new normal" -- but it wasn't long before I developed what is presumably an abnormal distaste for the idea. Since then, I've thought often on why it bothers me.
"Never before has the cancer community had the knowledge and tools to probe so deeply into understanding cancer and discovering
The patients who reach out while in the quicksand of catastrophic illness, like the 49-year-old man who was terminated by his insurance company because he had the nerve to contract brain cancer, are equal parts heartbreaking and inspirational.
I went in for my mammogram as usual, and the nurse stated that I would receive my results in the mail. A few weeks later, I received a letter from the hospital stating that they wanted me to come in for more testing.
Times are changing. These kids are fighting harder and longer. Their stories are getting out there because the chemo drugs are not curing kids, but they are extending their lives. People ARE aware of them. Awareness of pediatric cancer is out there. But now we are getting stalled because the movement is not moving.
I spent my first Shabbas in Sloan Kettering Hospital on March 2nd. Just a week earlier, my parents had hosted a large Purim celebration for family and friends. We were unaware of the devastation about to begin.
Like many people oriented towards the humanities I did well in school in all areas except for math and science. Thanks to
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No matter how long you've been in a relationship with someone else, the longest relationship you'll have in this life is the one you have with yourself.
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She said she had signed a new two-year lease with Icon in August 2011, but had not received a printed version of the lease