While thousands gathered in Washington, D.C. to support medical research, three leading medical institutions in the Buffalo Niagara region joined U.S. Rep. Brian Higgins to raise awareness about the local impact of research budget cuts.
March is celebrated as National Women’s History Month. This episode of Roswellness Radio highlights the contributions that generations of female researchers have made toward the effort to discover cancer cures and quality-of-life advancements.
On Wednesday, March 21, 2013, Lou Billittier, owner of Chef’s Restaurant, went Bald for Bucks. Rob Ray, Sabres announcer and former Sabres player, had the honor of shaving Lou’s head before a select crowd of donors.
Survivor Debbie Byrnes joins Steven Nurkin, MD, an Assistant Professor of Oncology in the Department of Surgical Oncology, for a conversation about the critical importance of colorectal cancer screening and the advocacy role that survivors of
With a cancer diagnosis and its therapy, multiple issues come to play in relation to quality of life. Roswell Park has recently introduced a pilot program to its pediatric cancer patients, as well as their caregivers and family members.