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In Sight: Dr. Schwartz doing an exam at the main clinic in Riobamba, the capital of Ecuador’s Chimborazo Province. Photo provided.

Second Act

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Image shows a common form of liver cancer, called hepatocellular carcinoma, produced in mice following the introduction of a tumor-causing mutation in the beta-catenin gene by CRISPR base editing. The staining shows expression of a gene (Glutamine Synthetase) that is activated by mutant beta-catenin in tumors.

DNA Editing Just Got Easier

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Microscopy image of a early stage human NSCLC, where tumor cells (Cyan) show expression of  PD-L1 (yellow). Also present are T cells (Red) expressing PD-1 (Blue)

Immunotherapies in Early-Stage Lung Cancer Show Promising Effects

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Great Outdoors: Dr. Alan Lockwood  seen near his home in Oberlin, Ohio, believes doctors have a duty to advocate for solutions to climate change. Photo credit: Linda Grashoff

Red Alert

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Image shows fluorescent chromosome staining revealing genetic abnormalities in blood cells. Photo credit: Dr. Susan Mathew

Gene Mutations Predicting Blood Cancer Risk Detectable a Decade Before Diagnosis

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Dr. Anna Halama and Dr. Karsten Suhre

WCM-Q Researchers: Malaria Drug Could Make Cancer Treatments More Effective

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Dr. Gail Roboz, with one of her patients, retired chef Michel Lemoine. Photo credit: John Abbott

‘An Incredibly Exhilarating Time’

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Image of prostate cancer organoids demonstrating expression of synaptophysin (stained in green), a marker protein for neuroendocrine cells.

Tumors Grown in the Lab Provide Insights on Rare Prostate Cancer

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Andrew Tisch and Mary Skafidas, co-authors of "Journeys: An American Story." Photo credit: Mamnur Rahman

Choi Family Featured in New Book About Immigrants to America

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Dr. Li Gan. Photo credit: Chris Goodfellow

Neuroscientist Dr. Li Gan to Lead Appel Alzheimer’s Research Institute

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Dr. Thomas Caputo, MD (center), with Dr. Simone Elder MD’18 (left) and Dr. Sasha Hernandez MD’18, both alumni of the Glickman Fellowship program. Photo credit: John Abbott

Service Call

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Research at Weill Cornell Medicine. Photo credit: Roger Tully

Prostate Cancer Researchers Awarded Spot in National Consortium

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Human kidney cross section. Photo credit: Shutterstock

A Simpler, Safer Option For Treating Kidney Cancer

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Dr. Justin Kingery. Photo credit: John Abbott

Cardiac Care

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From left: Flora Baik of Weill Cornell Medicine and MSKCC fellows Daly Avendano and Shu Lei alongside Dr. Anthony Brown, the co-director of the CTSC TL1 training program at the second annual Health Innovation Hackathon

Second Annual Hackathon Brings Together Diverse Teams to Solve Healthcare Problems

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An image of red blood cells

Red Blood Cell Transfusions Double the Odds of Blood Clots after Surgery

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Illustration by Aldo Crusher

Getting the Message

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The Golden Door

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A Personal Path to Science

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Living Life with Purpose

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