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White Plains Hospital has been setting the pace in the region for cancer care since the Hospital's first Tumor Board in 1936. We have cemented that reputation by opening the Dickstein Cancer Treatment Center, Westchester's first freestanding cancer center, in 1996, and in 2016, a new era of clinical excellence dawned with the opening of our 70,000 square foot Center for Cancer Care. White Plains Hospital is collaborating with Montefiore-Einstein on the breakthrough (CAR) T-Cell Therapy, which modifies a patient's own immune cells to help identify and destroy cancer cells in patients with a type of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Montefiore is just one of two hospitals in New York State approved for this therapy, allowing us to bring this cutting-edge treatment to our patients.