The Ride For Roswell 2012 provided a major boost for cancer research and patient support programs at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. More than 10,000 riders, volunteers, patients and survivors took part in the first-ever two-day Ride For Roswell event.
Anurag Singh, MD, Radiation Oncologist and Director of Clinical Radiation Research, explains what radiation therapy is, how it works, and how research is helping us to improve outcomes and quality of life for those who receive this cancer treatment.
David Scott and Maria Rivera from Roswell Park Cancer Institute's Office of Diversity and Inclusion discuss initiatives, upcoming events and outreach programs on WIVB-TV's "Hispanic Voices" in June 2012.
Anurag Singh, MD, Radiation Oncologist and Director of Clinical Radiation Research, discusses SBRT (stereotactic body radiotherapy) radiation with 97 Rock's Carl Russo. The interview aired in June 2012 on 97 Rock, WGRF-FM 96.9, and other Cumulus Media stations.
Dr. Philip McCarthy, Director of Blood & Marrow Transplant, describes this rare blood cancer and a major recent study he led involving treatment with the drug lenalidomide following stem-cell transplant.
Survivor and outreach volunteer Maria Torres joins Jomary Colón, Senior Bilingual Health Referral Specialist, and Maria Rivera, Diversity Program Assistant, for a conversation about cancer risk, cancer incidence and lingering stigmas that lead many in Western New York's Hispanic/Latino community
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