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Cancer Talk Blog

Friday, June 24, 2016 - 12:06pm

We all know good nutrition and exercise are key to a healthy lifestyle. A diet rich in fruits, vegetables and whole grains and less intake of meat, especially red meat and processed meats, is associated with a lower risk of cancer and better overall health.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 4:16pm

“Taste this; is it still good?” The question may come while you’re debating whether it’s safe to defrost meat on the counter, use one cutting board for everything, or eat hot dogs without reheating them. (Both the Agriculture Department and Food & Drug Administration warn that you should never taste food to find out whether it’s safe to eat.)

Friday, June 17, 2016 - 2:03pm
Danielle Twum - Immunology

Danielle Twum is making it her mission to educate the public about the cutting-edge research taking place at Roswell Park, and how these breakthroughs change the way we treat cancer. The third-year pre-doctoral candidate, studying immunology in Dr. Scott Abrams’ lab, spearheaded her efforts last fall with a compelling presentation at TEDxBuffalo, an independent, local version of TED Talks.

Spotlight

No One Fights Cancer Alone

Roswell Park and the Buffalo Sabres partner to expand our efforts to increase public awareness and provide free cancer screenings and educational sessions at the HarborCenter.

One Goal

The Ride For Roswell

We need you to help make a difference in the fight against cancer at The Ride For Roswell on June 24 and 25. With routes ranging from 3 to 102 miles, there's one for every experience level.

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Bridge of Hope

The Bridge of Hope represents the spirit of cancer survivorship in an iconic Buffalo location. In honor of our survivors, we are holding weekly bell-hanging ceremonies at Canalside.

Bridge of Hope