Last week's Roswellness Radio went inside Roswell Park's new Center for Personalized Medicine (CPM), a state-of-the-art facility that uses sequencing tools to provide individualized care for cancer patients.
What is the role of a sibling? Is it to be a protector? A pace car in the race of life? A built-in babysitter? A friend or an enemy?
In honor of Black History Month, I want to educate African Americans on the inequities that exist in health care treatment with the hope of inspiring change. Patients need to take a proactive approach to their health care and demand equality.
Willie Underwood III, MD, MPH, MSci, discusses cancer disparities during the most recent edition of Roswellness Radio. Dr. Underwood shares his own story about experiencing bias while receiving treatment.
Stephen Edge, MD, formerly of Roswell Park and Alfiero Foundation Endowed Chair in Breast Oncology, and Gokul Das, PhD, Co-Director of Roswell Park's Breast Disease Site Research Group joined Roswellness Radio this past Sunday.
Understanding the relatively rare and lesser known gynecologic cancers can help you recognize warning signs that often mirror other, more common ailments. Fallopian tube, vulvar and vaginal cancers are highly treatable with early diagnosis.
The Gynecologic Oncology Group (GOG) has announced the results of a new study that may change the standard of care for women with advanced or recurrent cervical cancer.
The most recent edition of Roswellness Radio focused on cancer and infections.