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November 2017

Roswell Park is one of very few institutions in the United States equipped to offer clinical trials of a full range of immunotherapies. How do these treatments work, and what new immunotherapy clinical trials are underway or close to being launched?

Waiting for test results can be nerve-racking, especially for cancer patients. Starting November 1, 2017, Roswell Park will cut the wait time.
Therapy dog volunteers offer our patients a much-needed distraction from treatment-related worries. It’s always OK to walk right up to the dogs and say hello!
There are many advantages to seeking treatment for pancreatic cancer at a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center, where doctors specialize and are experienced in treating the disease. Pancreatic cancer specialists often take a coordinated approach to treatment, providing a team of medical professionals to develop a personalized care plan for each patient.
Visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, watch a spectacular light show, dance to live music, warm up with hot cocoa or cider, play games, take a spin in a horse-drawn wagon, snack on doughnuts, kettle corn and other treats — and that's not all!
The free event will update participants on the latest advances in lung cancer screening, research, treatment and more. 
Roswell Park's youngest patients and their families will be in the spotlight.
The event takes place Tuesday, Nov. 14, from 3-7 p.m. at KeyBank Center in downtown Buffalo.

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