Roswell Park is working proactively to protect the health and safety of everyone at Roswell Park — patients, visitors, employees, volunteers, students and contractors. We are working closely with the CDC, the Erie County Department of Health and the New York State Department of Health to adapt as the situation evolves with best practices for infection control and guidance from public health officials.
New study finds more than half (56.4%) of cancer survivors in the United States reported having additional underlying medical conditions associated with severe COVID-19 illness.
The rollout of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines under Emergency Use Authorization from the FDA has raised questions about who should or should not receive it, including cancer patients.
A unique two-drug immunotherapy combination first evaluated at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center as an approach for treating some cancers is being evaluated in cancer patients with COVID-19 through a clinical trial at Roswell Park.
Dr. Sai Yendamuri & Dr. Nathaniel Ivanick discuss lung health in cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center plans to offer convalescent plasma — in this case, plasma from the donated blood of healthy individuals who have had COVID-19 but have now fully recovered and cleared the virus from their bodies ...
Western New York healthcare and medical research leaders are joining forces in an effort to uncover hidden information from the cells of those who have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, seeking insights on how best to care for those ...
Dr. Igor Puzanov discusses updates on his current clinical trial collaboration with the University at Buffalo, and regional community health systems, geared toward treating the critical and severe symptoms of COVID-19.