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Bald For Bucks and Carly's Crossing (7/15/12)

Joe Zwierzchowski, founder of the Carly's Crossing swim fundraiser held each August, joins Goin' Bald For Bucks participants Mukund Seshadri, DDS, PhD, Assistant Professor of Oncology, and James Kalmuk, RPCI graduate student, for a conversation about fun opportunities for people of all ages to take an active role in supporting cancer research and patient care at Roswell Park.

Skin Cancer with Dr. Ilene Rothman and Scott Hangauer (5/6/12)

Scott Hangauer, a melanoma survivor in his 20s who frequented tanning salons as a teen, shares his story. Ilene Rothman, MD, Assistant Professor in RPCI's Department of Dermatology and Cheif of Pediatric Dermatology at Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo, talks about known impacts from indoor and outdoor tanning and strategies for preventing skin cancer.

The Ride For Roswell: What's New in 2012 (4/15/12)

Irwin Gelman, PhD, Chair of the Department of Cancer Genetics, and Bill Wallace talk about their experiences as participants in The Ride For Roswell and the role of the annual event in supporting cancer research at Roswell Park.

Yroswell Celebrity Radio Commercial (4/9/12)

Celebrity artists from Kiss 98.5's Kissmas Bash 2K11 concert want young people to get up and make something happen in the fight against cancer by learning, giving and coping. 

St. Christopher School & North Tonawanda HS Go Bald for Bucks (2/8/12)

On Wednesday, February 8, students from St. Christopher's School and North Tonawanda HS joined the Yroswell Street Team at the Kiss 98.5 FM studios to promote RPCI's Goin' Bald for Bucks program. Hear why the students wanted to raise money for Roswell Park and learn more about this unique fundraising opportunity.

Jason Derulo Supports Bald for Bucks Program (1/10/12)

Pop sensation Jason Derulo encourages others to follow his lead and Go Bald for Bucks to support patient care and research at RPCI.

Back to School for Kids with Cancer (9/18/11)

RPCI staff members are joined by two mothers of pediatric cancer survivors to discuss the transition back to school after a child has been treated for cancer. What can families, schools, care teams and classmates do to help make that transition as comfortable and effective as possible?

Skin Cancer (7/22/11)

Dr. Ilene Rothman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Dermatology at RPCI, shares her knowledge about skin cancer and the risks of tanning. She is joined by Kim, a melanoma survivor, who was diagnosed by skin cancer at the young age of 21.

Teens and Tobacco (6/4/11)

How many teens are smoking today? What happens when teens use tobacco or are exposed to second hand smoke? Joining Andrew Highland, PhD, Research Scientist in the Department of Health Behavior at RPCI, and Anthony Billoni, Director of the Erie-Niagara Tobacco-Free Coalition, for this discussion are a student and heatlh teacher from Sweet Home High School.

RPCI's Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Program

Kali Mordaunt and Kevin Garvey, cancer survivors in their 20s, join Dr. Lynda Beaupin, Coordinator of the new AYA program supported by the Steadfast Foundation, for a conversation on how a cancer diagnosis may affect those ages 15-29.

Lancaster High School joins Kiss 98.5 FM to Promote Goin' Bald for Bucks

On Wednesday, March 16, student participants from Lancaster High School joined the Yroswell Street Team at the Kiss 98.5 FM studios to promote RPCI's Goin' Bald for Bucks program. Listen to what aired during the "Kiss 10 at 10" and learn more about this unique fundraising opportunity!

Educational Programs at RPCI (8/22/10)

Undergraduate intern, Jon Browning, joins doctors AnneMarie Block and Adam Kisailus as they offer an overview of educational programs at RPCI, from opportunities for high school students to postdoctoral programs.

Breast Cancer in Minorities (4/18/10)

Dr. Christine Ambrosone discusses a study she’s doing about minorities and breast cancer.

Teen Smoking (2/14/2010)

Dr. Andrew Hyland discusses some encouraging new research about teen smoking and a study being piloted at a local high school which will offer incentives for not smoking.

The Donor Center at Roswell Park (10/25/2009)

Dr. Joanne Becker and Anita Humphreys discuss blood donations and relying on the kindness of strangers.

Young Women with Breast Cancer(10/4/2009)

Dr. Tracey O’Connor and Alicia Howell discuss the challenges faced by young women with breast cancer.

Skin Cancer Prevention (5/3/2009)

Dr. Eileen Rothman offers listeners vital information on how to protect themselves from the sun. Kimberly Anderson, a melanoma survivor, shares her story.

The Ride For Roswell (4/28/2009)

Terry Bourgeois, John Hannon and Dr. Harry Slocum discuss the inspirational Ride For Roswell and encourge others to participate.