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Help us in welcoming new members to our MSK Team! Check out some of our newest employees, who recently completed one of the first New Employee Orientations of 2017.
In 2013, Sue was diagnosed with kidney cancer. Her MSK team was able to offer her an immunotherapy clinical trial as part of her treatment plan, allowing Sue to continue spending precious time with her growing family. Watch Sue’s story.
Congratulations to Morgan Schiff, RN, ACNP-BC, the first graduate of the inaugural Critical Care NP Fellowship at MSK. MSK employees are eligible to participate in a vigorous 12-month post-graduate educational training program to improve healthcare delivery to critically ill patients. The program goals also include presenting innovative knowledge through quality evidence based practice....
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Let’s hear it for Dr. Charles Sawyers, one of the 2017 American Cancer Society Medal of Honor Award winners!

Dr. Sawyers was presented with the Medal Of Honor for Clinical Research for his contributions to new treatment options for patients with chronic myeloid leukemia and prostate cancer. Congrats again, Dr Sawyers!
“Congratulations, you’re done with treatment!” These are words that many people undergoing treatment for cancer can’t wait to hear. However, many people are surprised to find that getting back into life after treatment is not as easy as they thought it would be.

Barbara Golby, a Social Worker here at MSK, provides information about our Resources for Life After Cancer program in the latest...
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Just because you’d travel anywhere for the best cancer care, doesn’t mean you should have to. MSK now offers interventional radiology at 3 of our regional sites: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Congratulations Dr. Alexander Rudensky! Dr. Rudensky was awarded the 2017 Crafoord Prize in Polyarthritis for his many contributions to the field of immunology. The prize was awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, the same institution that awards the Nobel Prize in Physics and Chemistry.

Congrats again Dr Rudensky!
Flu season is here and getting your flu shot is the best way to protect yourself from getting sick, but should you get the shot during your cancer treatment? Our Mini Kamboj explains when it’s safe to get vaccinated — and when to wait: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We’re teaming up with Ethan Allen: Art for a Cure to help aid cancer research and programs here at MSK. From now until January 31st, 30% of proceeds from select hand-embellished giclées will be donated to MSK. Learn more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Art for a Cure

For the second year, MSK has united with other top cancer institutions in releasing a call to action strongly urging parents and guardians to have their children vaccinated against HPV.

Here are 4 important things parents should know about the vaccine: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Four Things Parents Should Know about the HPV Vaccine

For people with advanced blood cancers, a bone marrow transplant is often the last, best chance at a cure. But the procedure is not without risks. A new study, lead by MSK, suggests ways to make bone marrow transplants safer. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Kick-off 2017 by helping support critical women’s health research. All month long Party City will be collecting donations during checkout to support women's cancer research here at MSK. Find a participating store throughout the month of January, and join the cause [ Bit.ly Link ].
A clean break: A study reveals unexpected insights into how cells prepare broken DNA strands to be rejoined, preventing mutations that can cause cancer. [ Bit.ly Link ]
An older adult who is diagnosed with cancer may need help making treatment decisions. Share these 3 tips for caregivers aiding an older relative or friend during their treatment.
When the Miller’s learned their little boy Kerrigan had retinoblastoma, a rare childhood cancer, they were extremely frightened. However, due to a procedure pioneered by our own Dr. David Abramson, Kerrigan’s vision is improving and his prognosis is excellent.
Stop, collaborate, and share data: American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)'s Project GENIE, lead by our own Dr. Charles Sawyers, seeks to advance cancer treatment: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The skinny on fat and cancer risk; our Q&A with Dr. Neil Iyengar: [ Bit.ly Link ]

The Skinny on Fat and Cancer Risk

Congratulations Kevin O’Rourke! Kevin was named to the Forbes Under 30 annual list for his work in Healthcare! Learn more about some of Kevin’s award winning research and join us in congratulating him on this outstanding achievement! [ Bit.ly Link ] #30Under30
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month so we want to know; how much do you know about gynecologic cancers? Take our quiz! [ Bit.ly Link ]

How Much Do You Know about Gynecologic Cancers? Take Our Quiz

January is National Blood Donor Awareness Month. Our writer Meredith recently conquered her fears and gave blood for the first time. Read her tips and learn more about the real impact donations make on our patients. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Giving Blood to Help People With Cancer: Tips from a First-Time Donor