“Michigan Street is historic and iconic. This building is designed to appeal to minorities in this area and because we’re on Michigan, we should showcase the history here."
Roswell Park’s ROCKStars program is an essential part of making sure physicians and researchers take a patient’s, survivor’s, or caregiver’s experience and perspective in mind when they’re creating studies.
This brand-new community building is set to open in the fall, providing a unified office location for Roswell Park’s Community Outreach and Engagement teams while offering a new space for neighbors to gather.
Caring for people and sharing information on cancer screening and risk factors doesn’t just happen within the walls of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
“The best screening test is the one that gets done,” Dr. Nurkin says.
Furthering our commitment to the Fruit Belt neighborhood, and the Jefferson Avenue community, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center is pleased to announce a new outreach effort at the Tops Friendly Markets on Jefferson Avenue beginning in February.
Many people address, or intend to address, their physical health when setting New Year’s Resolutions, as they’d like to adopt better habits to improve their life. But have you considered setting financial resolutions?
The colors of fall aren’t just orange, red, brown and gold; pink is prominent in October as we acknowledge Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A recently released portrait of regional progress in the fight against cancer reveals that, overall, the rate of incidence has decreased for nine of the top 10 deadliest cancers between 2015 and 2019.
WHO is at risk? Radon is much more likely to cause lung cancer in people who smoke. In fact, smokers are estimated to be 25 times more at risk from radon than non-smokers.
The Department of Indigenous Cancer Health team continues to partner with Northwestern University’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellness on a project aimed at engaging Two-Spirit and Native LGBTQ+ community members for feedback on
The most recent episode of the Talking Circle podcast features the Department of Indigenous Cancer Health’s friend and colleague Dr. Michelle Huyser. Dr.