Patient Newsletter

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September 2019

Dan Shapiro, PhD, is a cancer survivor, clinical psychologist and the Vice Dean for Faculty and Administrative Affairs at the Penn State College of Medicine. Join us on Saturday, September 14 for Chapter 2: A Cancer Survivor’s Workshop for Living Your Best Life, where Dr. Shapiro will deliver the keynote address, A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to Chemotherapy, a series of stories about life with cancer.

A look at the essentials that one cancer survivor brings to her treatments.
Learn how chemotherapy, immunotherapy and targeted therapy fight cancer in different ways.
Signing up your caregivers to receive notifications during your surgery allows them to learn your progress without having to remain in the waiting room.
We've added more handicap parking spaces and moved them closer to the entrances of both the hospital and Clinical Sciences Center.
Sign up for a free 12-week Survivorship Healthy Lifestyle Program to guide and inspire you to a healthier lifestyle. Classes start on September 25, 2019.
Research is beginning to show that obesity can even affect a child’s chances of surviving pediatric leukemia or developing related health problems over the long term.
Roswell Park Day of Giving is coming — mark your calendars for Sept. 25!
Prostate cancer patients and survivors: join us at the KeyBank Center on Tuesday, September 17, from 3 – 4 p.m. for an educational panel and Q&A with Roswell Park’s prostate cancer experts

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