As an Associate Professor of Oncology in Roswell Park’s Department of Health Behavior, my work focuses on the interaction that smokers and other tobacco users have with the products they purchase.
For decades, researchers have been aware of the body's potential to use its own immune system in the fight against cancer.
The Ride For Roswell 2013 will bring together more than 10,000 people this weekend, all united for a common goal: to win the fight against cancer.
The U.S. Supreme Court's unanimous ruling — that companies may no longer patent human genes — resonated across the cancer community, resulting in promising news for cancer patients and researchers.
The past several years of cancer research have been both exciting and promising. Recent developments have allowed us to take steps in improving many cancer treatments. I believe this momentum will continue to accelerate exponentially.
A Phase I clinical trial, funded by the American Cancer Society and launched through Roswell Park Cancer Institute's Center for Imm
When it comes to kidney cancer, there has been more promising news as of late. Treatments for the disease have changed dramatically over the past few years.
Cancer research is really at the heart of everything we do at Roswell Park. Our mission—to understand, prevent and cure cancer—cannot move forward without it.
Roswell Park patients rarely meet the team working behind the scenes – a team just as dedicated to understanding, preventing and curing cancer.
Thanks to a National Cancer Institute (NCI) grant, I am leading a team of researchers at Roswell Park to study gender disparities in