If getting to Amherst is more convenient for you than getting to our Buffalo campus, talk to your care team about scheduling your next scan or imaging study at Roswell Park’s Scott Bieler Amherst Center on Park Club Lane.
OK, time to stifle the Thanksgiving jokes about turkey making you drowsy. Yes, there’s an amino acid called tryptophan in turkey, and it does help your body produce a chemical called serotonin, which promotes a good night’s sleep. But chicken, beef, nuts, and cheese also contain tryptophan, and no one’s pointing the finger at them. So if you nod off after dinner, it’s probably due to all the carbs in that pile of brown-and-serve rolls you scarfed down.
Patients heading to appointments in the Scott Bieler Clinical Sciences Center (CSC) of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center’s downtown Buffalo campus now have a new, easier way to access the building directly.
When the center was founded, in 1898 by Dr. Roswell Park, it was with the belief that bringing together scientists and researchers of different backgrounds and specialties could be essential in finding new tools and treatments in the fight against cancer.