Survivor Debbie Byrnes joins Steven Nurkin, MD, MS, FACS, 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 su
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.
Suzanne’s initial diagnosis of chronic myeloid leukemia left her with 3-5 years to live. Now, 12 years later, she credits her grandchildren and the strong support system at Roswell Park for giving her hope and the strength she needs to keep fighting.
New York Lieutenant Governor Robert Duffy was in Buffalo January 30 to announce the formation of Roswell Park's Center for Personalized Medicine, an effort that was launched with $5.1 million in state funding and quickly grew into a $23.6 million genomic-medicine facility boosted by public/private collaboration.
Roswell Park recently launched its Center for Personalized Medicine, a facility that will use genetic sequencing and detailed bioinformatic analysis to improve care for cancer patients, advance research and develop new therapies and diagnostic tools.