Remember how much fun you used to have with a coloring book and a box of crayons? Molly Gold, one of six Artists-in-Residence at Roswell Park, says adults are often surprised when they rediscover the activity. “People say, ‘Oh, my gosh, this is so relaxing! I haven’t colored since I was ten years old.’”
We take a holistic approach to your cancer treatment at Roswell Park. Christina Tobin, Director of Patient Care Services explains how we aim to meet your needs throughout the course of your care.
The Breast Clinic offers the latest in breast cancer screening along with diagnosing, treating, and managing benign and malignant breast tumors in women and men.
The breast center also provides risk assessment and counseling for high risk patients and supportive services through our in-house Western New York Breast Resource Center.
Call the Breast Cancer Care Center at 716-845-3188.
We're located on the second floor of the Main Hospital.
Cancer Talk Blog
Although Porsche never went to medical school, she sure knows how to make cancer patients and their families feel better. Porsche, a 6-year-old Goldendoodle, is a new face at Roswell Park. Roswell’s furry friend visits a few times a month as part of the Institute’s Pet Therapy Program, made possible in part by generous donations. During her visits, Porsche trots around the hospital, calmly visiting anyone in need of a pick-me-up, providing unconditional love and a wag of her tail.
According to research from the Calorie Control Council, the average Thanksgiving dinner contains around 3,000 calories. These tips and healthier recipes can help you manage your waistline and maintain your overall health while still enjoying the food and family time.