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Medical Center, Patient Care, Hospital, Medical School, Research Institution
Medical Center, Patient Care, Hospital, Medical School, Research Institution

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The human body was thought to have 79 organs—until researchers stumbled on a strange phenomenon that could turn #medicine and what we thought we knew about the body upside down. #interstitium
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We’re proud to share that NYU Langone is top 10 in the nation and nationally ranked in 12 specialties in U.S. News and World Report’s 2016–17 "Best Hospitals"! Read more: http://bit.ly/2arKqXc
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Over the last couple weeks, you’ve met our Perlmutter Cancer Center experts, who have shared why they’re optimistic about the future of cancer care. Our hope is fueled by the visionary thinking and compassionate care our physicians and researchers bring to the science of treating cancer. Now, it’s your turn: Share this badge if you believe we can cure cancer #inourlifetime. The journey continues at inourlifetime.com
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“We have to approach brain cancer differently than we have in the past,” says Dr. Andrew Chi, co-director of the Brain Tumor Center at Perlmutter Cancer Center. He’s proud to be a part of a team that is flexible enough to make the necessary changes in the approach to brain cancer, in order to cure it #inourlifetime. Watch: http://bit.ly/1TgYa92
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Dr. Francis Arena, medical oncologist at Perlmutter Cancer Center, doesn’t want to know if we can make cancer go away. He wants to know “how soon?” Learn about his vision for curing cancer #inourlifetime by motivating the body’s immune system to do the work, through therapies that are just gaining traction today. Watch: http://bit.ly/23LlQHk
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“The best way to cure cancer is to prevent it,” says Dr. Jiyoung Ahn, associate director of population sciences at Perlmutter Cancer Center. See why she believes that we can cure cancer #inourlifetime. Watch: http://bit.ly/1SwmbWd
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“Cancer is going from something we can’t fix to something we definitely can,” says Dr. Richard Shapiro, surgical oncologist at Perlmutter Cancer Center. He is confident that the treatment advances he has seen in his specialty—melanoma—will soon be seen in other forms of cancer. Watch: http://bit.ly/25N3sjw
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NYU Langone’s chief scientific officer Dr. Dafna Bar-Sagi has seen—and been involved in—the vast gains in scientific knowledge about the factors involved in cancer. She is more enthusiastic than ever that current scientific research will lead to a cure for cancer #inourlifetime. Watch: http://bit.ly/1XcBTKr
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“Sometimes the best therapy for a patient with cancer is a clinical trial,” says Dr. Benjamin Neel, director of Perlmutter Cancer Center, who is optimistic about the future of cancer care. In the last few years, research has led to many new therapies, adding to our array of treatment options and bringing us closer to curing cancer #inourlifetime. Watch: http://bit.ly/25ymHND
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We’ve seen incredible advances in technology, science, and health in recent years—advances that are changing our lives in significant ways. Now, we must apply every resource to cure cancer. At Perlmutter Cancer Center, we’ve assembled an exceptional team of clinicians and researchers who are developing new treatments and clinical trials to change the way we investigate and treat cancer. We can cure cancer #inourlifetime. Watch: http://bit.ly/1VQan7b
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