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How a Team of Health Experts Helped One Man Beat Cancer

When Sandy Krykostas was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer, doctors told him he had limited options. Then he went to Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian, where he received personalized care and a renewed sense of hope.

Podcast: Updates in Pancreatic Cancer Research and Treatment

In this episode of CancerCast, Dr. Allyson Ocean discusses some of the latest updates in pancreatic cancer.

Becoming a Leading Oncologist and Patient Advocate

Learn more about Dr. Allyson Ocean, who works tirelessly to offer her patients the newest treatments and therapies.

Advice for Gastrointestinal Cancer Patients from a Leading Oncologist

Weill Cornell Medicine's Dr. Allyson Ocean offers advice for patients who have received a GI cancer diagnosis.

4 Ways Caregivers Can Better Care for Themselves

We asked Kelly Trevino, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian for some ways that caregivers can better care for themselves while they care for the patient they love.

The Impact of Precision Medicine on Cancer

At Weill Cornell Medicine, our physicians and researchers are constantly searching for new and better ways to treat cancer. One promising new development: precision medicine

Overcoming Cancer: The Importance of a Strong Support Network

The support of family and friends is critical after a cancer diagnosis and during treatment. Here are a few ways you can help if a loved one is diagnosed with the disease.

What the Gut? Two Studies Explore Microbiome-Cancer Connection

Scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine are exploring the relationship between cancer, the bacteria floating in and around our guts and antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs.