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  • Breaking Ground on the Future of Cancer Care

    RWJBarnabas Health and Rutgers Cancer Institute, in partnership with the New Brunswick Development Corporation, recently broke ground on the Jack and Sheryl Morris Cancer Center. The 12-story structure will be the state’s first freestanding cancer hospital. Learn more

  • History and Importance of NJ’s First and Only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center

    Rutgers Cancer Institute Director Dr. Steven Libutti and Founding Director Dr. William Hait discuss what it means to be the first and only NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in New Jersey in partnership with RWJBarnabas Health. Learn more

  • Meeting Her Match

    With a high-risk form of leukemia, Lael McGrath needed a stem cell transplant. A team effort by Rutgers Cancer Institute, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Be the Match helped connect her with a donor from Germany. Learn more

  • Lung Cancer in Never-Smokers

    Scientists are still unlocking the mystery of how lung cancer arises in people who have no history of smoking, but here’s what we do know. Learn more

     

     
  • Living Well with Cancer-Related Fatigue

    Fatigue, or constant feeling of tiredness, is very common in people with cancer. Cancer-related fatigue can be severe and last for a number of years post treatment. Learn more about living with cancer-related fatigue. Learn more

  • Smoking and Cancer: It’s Never too Late to Quit

    Despite a cancer diagnosis and/or cancer treatment, there are smokers who continue with this difficult addiction. Monica Gilles, MAS, RRT, NCTTP shares more insight on the impact of tobacco use and cancer and steps to breathing easier this year. Read more

  • Cervical Health Resource Center

    January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. Visit our Cervical Health Resource Center for interviews and information on risk factors, screening, and treatment of cervical cancer. Learn more

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    From doctor to nurse to social worker and others, our comprehensive team guides both patient and family through their cancer journey. Learn more

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  • Clinical Trials

    As one of the National Cancer Institute’s designated cancer centers, the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey provides access to the latest medicines through clinical trials. 
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  • Research

    Cancer research is one of the pillars of the Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Our physician-scientists engage in innovative techniques to unlock the mysteries of cancer, helping to make unique advances in the field.

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photo of woman in grey shirt touching her neckMaintaining Thyroid Health
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man in white physician coat breaking a cigarette in halfSmoking and Cancer: It’s Never too Late to Quit
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photo of hands in a white coat holding a tablet with an illustration of lungs with tumorsLung Cancer in Never-Smokers: Learn More, Protect Yourself
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illustration for cervical cancer awareness monthCervical Cancer can be Prevented
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illustration of cells in vesselsExamining the Development of T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
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three vials of bloodExploring New Cancer Therapies that use a Patient’s Immune System to Fight Tumors
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Cancer Connection magazine

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