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Sloan-Kettering trial aims to preserve fertility for little boys going through chemotherapy

Cancer-stricken boys who are ... Doctors at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center will remove testicular tissue from patients as young as 1 and freeze it. Prepubescent boys don't produce sperm, so th... read more

Tongue cancer threatens Yountville-trained chef

Pizza night with his boys wafts around in his brain until eventually he ... He made an appointment for Achatz at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York the following week. There is a late ... read more

Special Report: After a child's dire diagnosis, hope and uncertainty at the frontiers of medicine

It is a subject of debate in the cancer community: How to temper the hope for a few ... Weill Cornell Medical Center. Dr Mark Souweidane, director of pediatric neurological surgery at Weill Cornell an... read more

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Breast Cancer Gene Risk May Be Overstated

But researchers at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center have found that a carrier’s risk of developing breast cancer by age 70 ranges from 36 percent to 52 percent, according to a report publish... read more


Thought to Be Paralyzed, 2-Year-Old Miami Girl Learns to Walk After Rare Stage 4 Cancer

They took her to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. Her oncologist at Sloan Kettering ... the damage it left behind on her spine seemed irreversible. But her parents had hope when the... read more

How lying down on the job pays off

Although Kluft spends a lot of time lying down on the job — he personally tests many ... In addition to his work with the City of Hope, Kluft supports Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Gilda’s C... read more

How the HPV Vaccine Splits the Economic and Social Right

“I’m offended by what happened to all those girls, ” Bachmann said of the required vaccination of girls as young as 12 against cervical cancer. Traditionally, Republicans have managed to be both pro-b... read more

A death in the family

Science 2.0 is where scientists are the journalists. We are a science education nonprofit operating under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Please make a tax-deductible donation if you v... read more

News Keeps Getting Worse for Vitamins

And recently, doctors at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York warned that vitamin C seems to protect not just healthy cells but cancer cells, too. Everyone needs vitamins, which are crit... read more

Health Briefs

The finding “could open up new possibilities of how to treat ovarian cancer,” said Jeff Boyd of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York ... circumcision as a preventive health measure in Am... read more

Are Liberals Science Deniers? Now is a Good Time to Find Out

My latest DeSmogBlog piece is about the unfolding nuclear power debate, and how it fits into the context of arguments about the left, the right, and science. This is something that has been on my mind ... read more

The long shadow of smallpox

Smallpox is, without a doubt, the biggest success story in all of vaccination. The practice of variolation, or the purposeful inoculation of naïve individuals with material from scabs of smallpox vic... read more



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