April Awareness

April is the nationally recognized month of awareness for a number of causes that impact the lives of Roswell Park patients and their loved ones. Join us as we support those who have been touched by cancer and raise awareness through a series of events, educational initiatives and links to useful web resources.

Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer Awareness

Tobacco, alcohol and HPV increase the risk for developing oral, head and neck cancers. Because symptoms often go unnoticed, early diagnosis is the key to preventing these cancers. Roswell Park recognizes those touched by oral, head and neck cancer throughout the month of April.

Support Group

Head & Neck Cancer Support Group
Thiird Wednesday of every month

Additional Resources

Available Clinical Trials

About Head & Neck Cancers
Learn about different cancers of the head and neck, including oral and lip cancer; throat cancer; and nasal and sinus cancer.

Post Treatment Services for Head & Neck Cancer
Roswell Park offers a full menu of medical and supportive services that are often needed by patients with head & neck cancer, including plastic and reconstructive surgery; dentistry; and maxillofacial prosthetics.

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Testicular Cancer Awareness

Testicular cancer is most prominent in men 15-35 but can strike at any age. When found early, it has a 95 percent survival rate. Roswell Park encourages monthly testicular self-exams as the most effective method of early detection. Join us as we support patients and their families throughout April for Testicular Cancer Awareness Month.

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National Minority Cancer Awareness

April 5–11 marks National Minority Cancer Awareness Week. Roswell Park Cancer Institute’s Office of Cancer Health Disparities Research (OCHDR), doctors, researchers, administrators & other personnel, along with our many volunteers and advocates, are dedicated to reducing cancer health disparities. OCHDR and the NOW U KNOW program offers evidence-based cancer prevention to minority and underserved communities.

Cancer Health Disparities

Office of Cancer Health Disparities Research
Learn how RPCI's Office of Cancer Health Disparities Research (OCHDR) is working to understand, reduce, eliminate and prevent cancer disparities in vulnerable and medically underserved populations.

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Cancer Control Awareness

Throughout April, Roswell Park highlights advances in the fight against cancer and the importance of prevention and early detection. Everyone can reduce their risk by living a healthy lifestyle and taking advantage of regularly scheduled cancer screenings. Join us as we raise awareness for effective cancer control.

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