Roswell Park offers the following resources and services for our lung cancer patients and their families.
Roswell Park Cessation Services (RPCS) provides evidence-based, best practice tobacco cessation services to Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center patients, employees, healthplans, and employer-sponsored programs.
New York State Smokers’ Quitline
Based at Roswell Park and supported by the New York State Department of Health Tobacco Control Program, the NYS Smokers' Quitline has logged well over one million calls since its inception. Call 1-866-NY-QUITS (1-866-697-8487). Roswell Park was the first health care facility in Western New York to go entirely smoke-free.
The Stacey Scott Lung Cancer Registry
The first of its kind in the world, Roswell Park’s Stacey Scott Lung Cancer Registry collects and stores biological samples, scans, and medical and lifestyle information from thousands of lung cancer survivors and others at high risk for lung cancer.
Researchers track participants for five years, aiming to learn why the disease progresses in some people, but not in others. The information collected by the Registry has the potential to reveal how lung cancer begins and how it can be detected earlier so treatment can be more effective.
This support group is for lung cancer patients and their caregivers and others who have been affected by lung cancer. Led by a licensed clinical social worker, the groups “meet” via phone for one hour a week over eight weeks. Participation is free. Please call 1-800-298-2436 to learn more.
Our lung cancer program provides “navigators,” to guide patients and their families through their cancer treatment and beyond.