Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 363
1275 York Ave New York NY 10021 USA
As a national and worldwide resource, we must continue setting the direction for prevention, care, and cure in an ever-changing medical, economic, and political environment. This leadership role requires us to facilitate access and provide for a continuous stream of patients through self-referrals, professional referrals, other sources and, at the same time, provide for the funding necessary for leadership in research and educational programs. We also recognize our obligation to participate actively in the formulation of public policy that relates to the highest-quality cancer care, access to that care, research and education.
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I am a patient at MSKCC. I have been given cutting edge treatment which has allowed me to lives well even with cancer...so far. My doctors have been honest, caring professional, encouraging without bending the truth. Their services are the most organized i have seen in any medical institution. That doesn't mean there aren't sometimes minor administrative problems, but they have been minot and always followed by an apology. In general, I have been treated with respect and compassion by everyone. The only problems I have run into have been when staff was overwhelmed or things get crowded- that's where extra money would be helpful. but even more so- for the research that has thus far saved my life and my quality of life.
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