The NYU Cancer Institute is dedicated to educating not only our patients, but the public as well about the latest news regarding cancer prevention, early detection, and treatment. Attend a lecture. Participate in a seminar or workshop. Or enhance the chance of early detection through one of our periodic cancer screening programs.
Cancer education in New York City, including Insights in Context lecture series for patients, families, future healthcare professionals, and the NYC community.
Missed a program? Visit our video archive to watch all our recent events.
Cancer is more likely to be cured when detected in its earliest stages. Each year, the NYU Cancer Institute provides screenings for the most common cancers, at no cost to the patient.
Schedule a lecture on cancer research, screening and prevention, patient care, tailored to the specific needs of your audience. Topics include colorectal cancer, prostate cancer, skin cancer and melanoma, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, gynecologic cancers, lung cancer, issues of surviving cancer.
High Risk Women's Clinics
Lynne Cohen Foundation & Caring Together Project for Women with Increased Risk for Cancer.
Artists who work bedside and in small groups with patients, family members, and staff in the inpatient and outpatient units.
Support for Chinese-speaking Patients
Dedicated cancer outreach effort for Chinese immigrants living in New York City, conducted by NYU Cancer Institute with the NYU Center for Immigrant Health, Bellevue Hospital Center Department of Social Work, and the American Cancer Society Asian Initiatives.