We know that poor sleep can have negative effects on your health and well-being, yet there is little research on how to effectively reduce insomnia in cancer survivors. A new study aims to learn whether a behavior-based program can help provide better quality sleep.
“We know that e-cigarettes have fewer toxins than traditional cigarettes, but we can’t say that e-cigarettes are less harmful than traditional cigarettes, as we don’t know whether that translates to a reduced risk of cancer or other health problems,” says Dr. Hyland.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the United States Congress passing the National Cancer Act of 1971, the landmark legislation that put a national spotlight on what President Richard Nixon described as “the war on cancer,” which was then — and remains — the second-highest cause of death in
Hear from Roswell Park leaders, researchers, Congressman Brian Higgins and a longtime cancer survivor as Roswell Park marks the 50th anniversary of a visit to the cancer center by a congressional subcommittee and Roswell Park’s influence on the national cancer centers program established through the National Cancer Act of 1971.