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Andrew Dannenburg, M.D.

Skinny Fat

As the nation’s waistlines expand, so too is the evidence linking obesity with increased risk of several cancers, and worse prognosis. But even those who maintain a “healthy” weight may be harboring hidden metabolic problems that make them more likely to develop cancer.

Early results of studies led by Andrew Dannenberg, M.D., found that approximately one-third of normal-sized women had...

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A guide for the health care system

Leslie Michelson, author of 'The Patient's Playbook,' and Gail Roboz, M.D., director of Weill Cornell Medicine's Leukemia Program, appeared on...

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Dr. BJ Casey

Landmark Study Investigates Substance Use and Adolescent Brain Development

Weill Cornell Medicine has received more than $10 million from the National Institutes of Health to study the effects of substances of abuse on the developing brain. The study will follow approximately 10,000 children beginning at ages 9 to10, before they initiate drug use, through the period of highest risk for substance use and other...

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Weill Cornell Medicine's new logo

New Weill Cornell Medicine Name Announced

NEW YORK (October 6, 2015) — After two decades of dynamic growth that has transformed Weill Cornell Medical College into a global healthcare leader, the institution announced today a new name — Weill Cornell Medicine — which more comprehensively captures the full scope of its mission.

The new brand succinctly unites Weill Cornell Medicine's three essential principles — to care, discover and teach — and underscores how patient wellbeing motivates the entirety of its ambitions. A world-...

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