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Posted December 19, 2014 - 10:59am

Calling all high school students interested in a career in the medical field! Applications are due January 9 for the Junior Robotic Surgery Challenge. This is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience in robotic surgery. Students will be trained to use a surgical robot with experienced nurses, physician's assistants, and surgeons.

Posted December 19, 2014 - 10:52am

The 2014-2015 Bald for Bucks incentives:

Raise $100: Bald for Bucks T-shirt
Raise $500+: Bald for Bucks T-shirt, Water Bottle & Cinch Bag
Raise $1,000+: Bald for Bucks T-shirt, Water Bottle, Cinch Bag & Bald for Bucks Hoodie!
Top Fundraiser at Each School: 2 Tickets to Warped Tour at Darien Lake!!!

* Register your school by January 31st & your school will be eligible for a SURPISE incentive! Stay tuned....

Posted December 19, 2014 - 10:44am

Students and faculty at Nichols School returned to the buzzers for the sixth year in March 2014, continuing what has become a school-wide tradition to raise money for Roswell Park Cancer Institute through the Goin’ Bald for Bucks program.

Posted February 5, 2014 - 10:21am

Coach Brenden Brady believes it’s important that his players understand there is more to football than what happens on the field. He has been bringing his high school football teams to the Carly’s Club Holiday Party as volunteers for the past three years. The first two years he was with Williamsville East, and this past year, Lockport High School.

Every year, his team shows up in their jerseys because, as Coach Brady knows, many Carly’s Club members (pediatric cancer patients and survivors) see athletes as celebrities and heroes.

Posted February 5, 2014 - 10:14am

Eleven year-olds Allyson Nemeth and Jessica Flash were at a sleepover when they decided to sell delicious treats as a way to raise funds for kids with cancer. What started as a fun idea turned into a successful team effort that raised $1,000 for Carly’s Club at Roswell Park!

The girls put together a baking schedule at each other’s houses and went door-to-door selling yummy baked goods for people and dogs. They also sold their treats at events throughout the community.

Posted January 9, 2014 - 11:24am

Bald for Bucks is moving into its 12th year and has raised more than $2.4 million dollars in the fight against cancer. The incentives for this program continue to grow and this year, there are even more reasons to turn up your fundraising efforts! Check out the great prizes that are waiting for you, including a chance to win an in-studio visit and on-air broadcast with DJ Anthony from Kiss 98.5! What's the catch?

Posted October 28, 2013 - 2:49pm

Don't forget $10 for your blinking sunglasses at Kissmas Bash 2013, once again supporting cancer research at Roswell Park. 

And, lace up those dancin’ shoes! New this year, swing by the stage at our Kissmas Bash booth and you could 'dance dance' with the latest gaming system!

Posted August 21, 2013 - 9:32am

Evidence suggests that enrollment in clinical trials can yield better outcomes for the patients who participate. In fact, almost all standard cancer therapies used today got their start in a clinical trial. Why then are adolescents, or those ages 15 to 19, less likely than younger pediatric patients to take advantage of these options?

Posted August 19, 2013 - 11:44am

Orchard Park Teens Honor Memory of Loved One at Annual Bosom Buddies Walk

Did you know that one in two men and one in three women will have cancer in their lifetime? Cancer’s effects are felt not only by those diagnosed with the disease, but by their families, friends and loved ones as well.

Brooke Driscoll and Katarina Ulsrud are all too familiar with this. Seven years ago Brooke’s mother, Lisa, lost her battle with breast cancer. To honor her memory, the two friends decided to get involved in the annual Bosom Buddies Walk for Roswell Park.

Posted August 19, 2013 - 10:04am

Roswell Park pilots heart-centered therapy program with pediatric patients

In the fight against cancer, Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) has an ever-growing arsenal of treatments. Recently, two RPCI employees introduced a heart-centered approach, called Healing Touch, which focuses on the mind and spirit of the patient, as well as physical ailments.  

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