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Sunday, October 21, 2012

Martin Mahoney, MD, PhD, Associate Professor in the Departments of Health Behavior and Medicine, talks with 97 Rock's Carl Russo about lung cancer incidence and detection, plus a screening and treatment program that's focused on those who ar

Sunday, October 14, 2012

RPCI researchers recently participated in a landmark study that provided insights into the different types of breast cancer and the genetic factors involved in their development.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Congressman Brian Higgins and RPCI President & CEO Dr. Donald L.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Shicha Kumar, MD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgical Oncology, talks with 97 Rock's Chris Klein about breast cancer incidence, risk factors, early detection and the role of breast self-examination.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Andrew Hyland, PhD, Chair of the Department of Health Behavior, talks with 97 Rock's Carl Russo about the impacts of smoking cigarettes and the benefits of quitting, offering tips on quitting smoking and highlighting the free resources availa

As Val prepared for her senior year of high school, she received a shocking diagnosis of aplastic anemia. With the help of Roswell Park and her brother Scott, she was able to find a perfect match and get a lifesaving bone marrow transplant. 

Gina never saw her father cry until the day she was diagnosed with lung cancer. His vulnerability confirmed the seriousness of her situation. She talks about the importance of a strong support system during this life-changing experience. 

A self-described fighter, Tom shares his amazing story about taking on five different types of cancer. With the help of Roswell Park, Tom has already beaten breast, bladder, and colon cancer, and fully plans on beating his bone and prostate diagnoses as well.

Jim wasn't very concerned after noticing a small spot on his chest. However, a biopsy revealed that Jim had melanoma. He explains just how dangerous that spot really was and how the diagnosis has impacted his family.

Wayne went 20 years in a row without taking a sick day until he received a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Find out about the various types of treatment he received and how he was able to remain mentally strong.