Rosa Scrivani, LCSWR, Director of Social Work Services at RPCI, and Glenn Frost, LCSWR, a Medical Social Worker, fill listeners in on the concepts behind the support-group model and why these group sessions can be such a positive experience for cancer patients and their loved ones.
Dr. Phillip McCarthy Jr., MD, Oncology Professor, Director of Roswell Park Cancer Institute's Blood & Marrow Transplant Program, talks to WBEN 930 AM about the latest news on a blood test to detect cancer.
Graham Warren, MD, MPH, formerly of Roswell Park, and Andrew Hyland, PhD, Research Scientist in the Department of Health Behavior, talk about new research from RPCI on the impacts of continued tobacco use for cancer patients as well as new data released in a report from the U.S.
Dr. Joanne Becker, Director of Transfusion Services at RPCI, is joined by bone-marrow transplant recipient Becky Raczkowski as she talks about some new processes at the RPCI Donor Center and the life-saving role of blood and platelet donations for cancer patients.
Martin Mahoney, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, and Carolyn Farrell, MS, RN, former Director of the Clinical Genetics Service at RPCI, talk about factors we can control (diet, exercise, tobacco/alcohol use) as well as those we can't (our genetic
Susan Sharcot, Senior Medical Social Worker at RPCI, discusses the special strains on those who provide care for a loved one who is ill or disabled. Adding their perspectives to the conversation are Priscilla and Vince Eisaman.