Listen to Roswellness Radio any time you want. The shows, originally broadcast on WBEN (930 AM/107.7 FM), feature interviews with Roswell Park clinicians and researchers about the latest in cancer research, treatment, prevention and survivorship issues. Listen to or download podcasts of archived shows.
Dr. Paul Bogner of the Department of Pathology and Kimberly Sweeney, Senior Director of Therapeutic Services and Patient Access at Roswell Park discuss when and how to get a second opinion.
Three experts discuss secondary cancers, or distinct new cancers that develop after someone has already faced a cancer diagnosis. Our panel: Stephen Edge, MD, former RPCI Breast Center Medical Director and former RPCI Chief of Breast Surgery; Denise Rokitka, MD, MPH, Director of Roswell Park's Pediatric Long-Term Follow-Up Clinic; and Lynda Beaupin, MD, Director of Roswell Park's Adolescent and Young Adult Program.
Dr. Judy Smith, formerly of Roswell Park, and prostate cancer survivor Ray Caruana talk about important factors in a patient’s decision of where to seek care and what to ask.
Ilene Rothman, MD, an Assistant Professor and Staff Physician with RPCI's Dermatology team, answers frequently asked questions about the role of indoor tanning, outdoor UV exposure and other factors in melanoma and other skin cancers. This episode also includes input from a cancer survivor, Kim Anderson.
Dr. Zeitouni, formerly of RPCI, offers insights into specialized treatments for skin cancer offered by Roswell Park including Mohs surgery.
Dr. Rothman offers listeners vital information on how to protect themselves from the sun. Kimberly Anderson, a melanoma survivor, shares her story.
Scott Hangauer, a melanoma survivor in his 20s who frequented tanning salons as a teen, shares his story. With him is Ilene Rothman, MD, Assistant Professor in RPCI's Department of Dermatology and Chief of Pediatric Dermatology at Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, who talks about known impacts from indoor and outdoor tanning and strategies for preventing skin cancer.
David C. Hohn, MD, President Emeritus of RPCI and Vice Chairman of the New York State Stem Cell Board, joins colleagues Andrei V. Gudkov, PhD, DSc, and Gary J. Smith, PhD, in a conversation about what stem cells are and how they fit into research on cancer treatment and prevention.