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  • Roswell Park Cancer Institute
    Elm & Carlton Streets
    Buffalo, NY 14263
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  • RPCI Amherst Center
    100 College Parkway
    Suite 290
    Williamsville, NY 14221
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  • RPCI Niagara
    6934 Williams Road
    Suite 300, Entrance A
    Wheatfield, NY 14304
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Cancer Talk Blog

Saturday, May 27, 2017 - 9:00am

A hospital stay can be complicated for patients who are confused or disoriented due to dementia or the effects of their medications. They need someone with them around the clock, for safety’s sake. “If patients don’t have anyone watching over them at these critical times, they’re likely to fall or can easily pull out IV lines and catheters,” says LaShaun Suttles, Hospital Clinical Assistant at Roswell Park. “Some patients are not lucid enough to know what they’re doing. They don’t recognize or realize that they need help.”

Thursday, May 25, 2017 - 1:39pm

Wearable technology has seen massive growth in the tech industry in recent years. From Apple Watch and Fitbit on your wrist to Google Glass on your head, wearables are everywhere. As technology advances, can wearable devices along with smartphone apps help aid in skin cancer prevention and detection?

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - 3:43pm

In March 2014, my mother, Cathy Pera, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Her journey was not easy, but I am proud of the strength she has shown and I am grateful that I was able to support her during some of her most difficult times.


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