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Cancer and blood disorder treatments can be very scary for kids — full of loud, unfamiliar noises, bright lights, strange people, discomfort and pain. For children with high anxiety, special […]

According to Michelle Dvorak-Held, her older sister Janice was an artistic woman with a determined nature. “Even in sickness, Jan wanted to give something back to other patients,” Michelle said. […]

With The Ride less than a month away, it’s always important to remember why we get on our bikes and ride – to help end cancer. The impact our riders, […]

Each year, our riders form more than 700 teams and ride to end cancer. Teams range in size from two to over 100 participants – even local companies get in […]

How do donations to Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center help launch new cancer research? Our partners at WGRZ Channel 2 stopped by to find out. Watch their recent news story to learn […]

When asked how she describes her late husband, Garett, Casey Steck-Comeau is ready with a running list. “He was a kind individual who loved his family,” she says. “He was […]

Sitting in the waiting room before radiation therapy can be scary, often bringing a harsh new meaning to the reality of a diagnosis. Roswell Park’s Teresa Kishel, Senior Radiation Therapist, […]

By the time Sara Sade learned that she had metastatic melanoma, hundreds of tumors had developed in her body, “from my feet to my head,” she recalls. “The disease had […]

Ovarian cancer is often called the silent killer because of its nebulous, evasive symptoms. Too often it’s not discovered until advanced stages. According to the American Cancer Society, the average […]

At Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, scientists are testing a two-pronged attack against cancer cells by super-charging the immune system. This therapy is being studied through a phase 1 clinical trial. “Cancer […]