Roswell Park recently honored March as Myeloma Awareness Month and I want to share with you some of the exciting research being done regarding multiple myeloma treatment.
Part of life is the unforeseen event. It’s why we take out insurance on our homes, cars, health and lives. We want to be covered in case of accidents or emergencies that we just don’t see coming.
What do you get a kid brother with brain cancer for his birthday? Especially when you live four hundred miles away?
Roswell Park patients rarely meet the team working behind the scenes – a team just as dedicated to understanding, preventing and curing cancer.
April 22-26, 2013 marks National Volunteer Week and I am proud to call myself a volunteer as a front-door greeter at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
What does your sex life have to do with your cancer risk? More than you might realize. This month, recognized as Oral Cancer Awareness Month, take a few minutes to understand how your sex life may affect your risk of oral cancer.
Thanks to a National Cancer Institute (NCI) grant, I am leading a team of researchers at Roswell Park to study gender disparities in bladder cancer that w
A new pilot program introduced to members of RPCI's Carly’s Club, offers patients, parents, and members of their care team a chance to learn a new heart-centered approach called Healing Tou
In the most recent edition of Roswellness Radio, Nikhil Khushalani, MD, Director of the IL-2 Program at RPCI, discusses immunotherapy as an effective treatment for melanoma. Dr.
Until recently, radiation therapy has played a very limited role in the treatment of kidney tumors.