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The CR&T connection is CR&T's newsletter that offers information on the latest advancements in cancer, latest CR&T news and much more. View a sample of our newsletter below. 

Breast Cancer and Lifestyle: Changes That Matter

Anne Moore, MD and Nancy Chan, MD of the Weill Cornell Iris Cantor Women’s Health Center

Anne Moore - Breast Cancer Research

Breast Oncology

Across the country, women often ask their physicians “What is my risk for developing breast cancer and what can I do to lower the risk?” One in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed in their lifetime and extensive research shows that a healthier lifestyle is a key component in lowering a woman’s risk for developing breast cancer. These studies provide scientific evidence behind lifestyle changes a woman can make to improve her statistics. In this article we discuss interventions that are tried and true, and dispel some myths surrounding common misconceptions. View more of this article here.

CR&T Cancer Survivor's Hall of Fame Dinner

In November, we hosted our annual Cancer Survivior's Hall of Fame Dinner. The event raises funds for our cancer research and treatments.

hall of fame dinner 2014 

Advancements in Urological Oncology 

By Douglas Scherr, M.D.

oncologyUrologic Oncology in the Department of Urology at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University has been quite active over the last decade. Both clinical and scientific research has grown enormously. Dr. Scherr, the Clinical Director of Urologic Oncology and the Ronald Stanton Clinical Scholar in Urology, Associate Professor of Urology has played an active role in both clinical and research activities. View more here.