Research & Education
U.S. News: Roswell Park Ranks Among Top 3% of Cancer Centers Nationwide
We received maximum scores for
patient survival, patient services
During Chemo, a Search for the Perfect Wig
Wigs, it turns out, aren’t ready-to-wear right off the shelf. They come with lots of extra hair that needs to be thinned, trimmed and sometimes layered. That’s where professional hairstylists Jeff Lindner and LaFondra Martin come in.
Electrolytes — What Are They? What Happens If You Don't Have Enough?
We get electrolytes from what we eat and drink. Electrolyte levels are measured in blood tests, and the levels must stay within a fairly small range, or serious problems may arise.
All in the Family: Event Explores Broad Effects of Prostate Cancer
Two former NFL players will be on hand to discuss their experiences with prostate cancer.
Last Call for Our Annual Cancer Survivor's Workshop on Sept. 15!
Connect with fellow cancer survivors and caregivers during a day of fun activities and information about key issues.
Living with Melanoma: Special Event October 13
Learn how to identify melanoma, basics of the disease, ways to screen for and prevent it, the latest treatments and much more.
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