Understanding Why Some Latina Women Discontinue Participation in Cancer Prevention Outreach 

Conclusions of new analysis may help investigators to reduce research bias, improve access to screening BUFFALO, N.Y. — It has long been known that rates of breast and cervical cancer screening among Latinas are low compared to rates for U.S. women overall. A study led by researchers at

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FACT SHEET: New Patient-Focused Commitments to Advance the President’s Precision Medicine Initiative

July 8, 2015 – The White House – “Doctors have always recognized that every patient is unique, and doctors have always tried to tailor their treatments as best they can to individuals. You can match a blood transfusion to a blood type — that was an important

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Intercontercontinental Oncology Partnership Brings Access to Specialized Cancer Care to Nigeria

Roswell Park Comprehensive Care Center

Affiliation between Roswell Park, Lakeshore Cancer Center focuses on prevention, early detection and specialty care BUFFALO, N.Y. and LAGOS, Lagos State, Nigeria — America’s oldest cancer center and one of the world’s newest oncology centers are partnering to improve access to cancer prevention, screening and care for

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Communication Café for Teens: Brewing Your Potential

Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center and UB’s Speech-Language Pathology Clinic are proud of a new program called “Communication Café for Teens: Brewing Your Potential.” The goal of the program is to help teens ages 16-19, develop social language skills in a dynamic social environment. Program instructors use research based techniques that are

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Cutting-Edge Summer Programs at BHSC Help Children Locally and Nationally

    Register Now for Classes Starting July 7! by Annette Pinder Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center (BHSC) is preparing for another busy summer of intensive educational and therapeutic programs. The agency is currently enrolling students in to the Leap Into Literacy™ Program, Language to Literacy™ Program,

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Study Supports Early Intervention for Prostate Cancer Patients Who Experience Significant Emotional Distress

Emotionally distressed prostate cancer patients more likely to choose surgery, researchers say BUFFALO, N.Y. — A study led by the University at Buffalo (UB) and Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) has identified beliefs and personality traits that are associated with higher levels of distress in newly diagnosed prostate cancer

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