Christine Ambrosone, PhD, Professor of Oncology and Chair of the Department of Cancer Prevention and Control, appears on the "Joe Madison Show" SiriusXM Channel 128, The Power June 7, 2012, talking about the role of vitamin D in bre
After Joanne was diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer, she was immediately referred to Dr. Boris Kuvshinoff II. Joanne describes how Dr. Kuvshinoff helped her to feel at ease upon arriving at Roswell Park.
Not only is Mike a survivor of throat and tonsil cancer, he is also now 96 percent free of prostate cancer. Mike received both diagnoses within two years and came to Roswell Park to have both cancers treated.
Lawrence is completely free of lung cancer following the care he received at Roswell Park. After receiving treatment and surgery from Roswell Park's radiation and surgical teams he is once again healthy and ready to return to his job.
Chet is a leukemia survivor who is now in remission. He became increasingly concerned with the sudden, large bruises he started to experience from minor bumps. After being diagnosed with leukemia, Chet came to Roswell Park for chemotherapy treatment.
Cancer survivor, Aaron, was misdiagnosed several times before sarcoma was discovered in his arm. Aaron talks about the shock he felt after learning he had cancer and goes into detail about treatment options at Roswell Park.
Jenna talks about the support she received from both her family and Roswell Park upon being diagnosed with lymphoma. She details the wide range of emotions she felt after her diagnosis, and how both the patients and staff at Roswell Park helped her cope.
Breast cancer survivor, June, didn't receive an accurate diagnosis until she came to Roswell Park and met Dr. Stephen Edge, formerly of Roswell Park. Find out about the operations she underwent, the discovery of additional tumors, and the cancer treatments she received.
Rectal cancer survivor, Ellen, came to Roswell Park seeking a second opinion after learning she had a large tumor on her colon. Ellen discusses the operations she underwent, including one via the da Vinci® Surgical System.
Brenda lived a healthy, active life until she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. She shares her initial reaction of fear and disbelief following the diagnosis, as well as the physical struggles she encountered.