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Growing Evidence Points to Connection Between Sugar and Cancer

According to an accumulating body of research at Weill Cornell Medicine, excess sugar helps many types of cancer to grow more rapidly.

How One Doctor Used Precision Medicine to Treat Uterine Cancer

WABC-TV's "Medical Marvels" series recently featured precision medicine, and how one Weill Cornell Medicine physician used it help his patient beat cancer.

How a Venous Stenting Procedure Helped One Woman Find Relief from Pulsatile Tinnitus

For a decade, Roseanne Miller lived with a "whooshing" noise in her ear. A venous sinus stenting procedure pioneered by Dr. Athos Patsalides helped her find relief.

How a Support Network Helped One Patient Beat Ovarian Cancer

After battling ovarian cancer, Domenica Devito has been in remission for several years. She credits the physicians and nurses at Weill Cornell Medicine for saving her life.

International Influence: Mentoring an Early-Career Oncologist from Bangladesh

Having witnessed both his mother and grandmother suffer from breast cancer, Dr. Arunangshu Das pursued a career as an oncologist with the hope of improving the lives of others with the disease. Dr. Das now treats breast cancer — along with head and neck, lung and gastrointestinal cancers — at Square Hospitals Limited in Bangladesh.