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Posted December 27, 2012 - 8:48am

Meet Danielle. Now a senior at West Seneca West, Danielle documented her experience as an intern in the 2012 Roswell Park Summer Research Program – from orientation to graduation – in a video profile.

Posted November 13, 2012 - 11:39am

Yroswell is now recruiting for our 2013 Street Team! If you're a young, enthusiastic student looking to get involved with Roswell Park's goal of creating a world without cancer, we're looking at you! Join our team and help us spread the word. Applications are due by Monday, December 10, 2012. 

Posted November 8, 2012 - 11:17am
snowflake hat 2012

Don't forget $10 for your blinking snowflake hat at Kissmas Bash 2012, once again supporting cancer research at Roswell Park. 

And, new this year, sing along to How Big Is Your Heart at our Kissmas Bash booth and you could star in the next Yroswell video!

Posted November 7, 2012 - 4:47pm
Ashley and her friends celebrating at her party with Kiss 98.5’s DJ Anthony

 

It’s easy to think about only one person on your birthday: yourself! But two teenagers used their special days to make a difference for others by hosting fundraiser birthday parties on behalf of Roswell Park.

Samantha Coppola may seem like an average 13-year-old girl. She loves to act, sing and spend time with her siblings and friends. But after her grandmother was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer in June of 2011, Samantha decided to do something extraordinary.

Posted November 7, 2012 - 4:29pm
Kathryn Cejka

By: Karly Gombert, RPCI Communications Intern 

Kathryn Cejka has experienced more than her fair share of illness over the course of her short 18 years. On top of watching close family members battle lung, prostate and pancreatic cancer, she struggles with health challenges of her own.

“Since freshman year of high school, I’ve dealt with a chronic illness,” Kathryn said.

She knows what it’s like to deal with the uncertain, going about a year with unexplained symptoms until she got the help and answers she needed.

Posted November 7, 2012 - 4:22pm
Seamus Degan, City Honors Student

More than 1,500 high-school students from more than 70 countries, regions and territories gathered for the world’s largest pre-college science competition this May – and two City Honors students were among them.

Senior Seamus Degan and recent graduate Nicci Moran qualified for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) after placing as two of three Grand Award Winners at the Ying Tri-Region Science and Engineering Fair in March 2012. Seamus also won the Ying Scholarship Contest, worth $1,000.

Posted August 30, 2012 - 9:30am

By: Samantha Schlein, RPCI Communications Intern

Many of the incredible projects completed in support of RPCI patients come in small packages – or in this case, small bags. Thanks to the creative work of Clarence Girl Scout Troop 1010, more than 40 colorful bags were donated to young cancer patients for the Beads of Courage® program at RPCI.

Posted July 3, 2012 - 8:30am
Top 5 Bald For Bucks Fundraisers join Kiss 98.5's DJ Anthony On Stage

Have you noticed a strange number of bald heads around your school and community this year? It might be the record-breaking number of Goin’ Bald for Bucks participants! 52 schools hosted a Goin’ Bald event in 2012, raising more than $540,000 for cancer research and patient support programs at Roswell Park. 

Posted July 3, 2012 - 8:23am
DJ Anthony with Orchard Park Goin' Bald For Bucks Participants

Have you noticed a strange number of bald heads around your school and community this year? It might be the record-breaking number of Goin’ Bald for Bucks participants! So far, 52 schools have gone Bald For Bucks in 2012, raising more than $540,000 for cancer research and patient support programs at Roswell Park. 

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