Recent Twitter Posts From Supported Charities

The holidays can be especially difficult for people with breast cancer. BCRF researcher Dr. Debra Barton has advice for supporting a loved one with breast cancer this season—and all year long.

Thank you to Bristol Myers Squibb for their long-standing commitment and investment in support of the American Cancer Society and partners to advance evidence-based strategies to increase lung cancer screening. @BMSNews

FDA Approves Merck’s KEYTRUDA® (pembrolizumab) as Adjuvant Treatment for Adult and Pediatric (≥12 Years of Age) Patients With Stage IIB or IIC Melanoma Following Complete Resection.

A fond farewell to Jane Byrne (right) and congratulations to Brooke Hodgkins (left)!

Jane recently retired as our Referral Center Manager after working at Care Dimensions for more than 15 years. Brooke was promoted into that role.

Best of luck to them both!

"Everything I do is for my mom." ❤️

@quincywilliams_ and @QuinnenWilliams honor their late mother with their #MyCauseMyCleats, teaming up with @AmericanCancer to bring awareness to all cancers. #ItTakesAllOfUs

Boost your protection against COVID-19 by getting all of the necessary doses of the vaccine. The vaccines – and boosters – are essential in helping to protect those that are clinically vulnerable, including people living with cancer. Find out more:

Fire fighters are routinely exposed to toxic fumes and chemical substances when responding to fires. Learn how to do more to keep #firefighters safe from cancer. @IAFFNewsDesk

Another Great Debate/ #intralesional therapy:Oncolytic Virus versus other specific immune modulators? Profs Igor Puzanov @RoswellPark & @OmidHamidMD @angelesclinic /Attendees shifted towards other modulators in future @PAscierto @FondMelanoma #IOBridge2021

Want to share something tasty? Grab a @Moes_HQ taco, fajita or nacho meal kit! Thanks to Moe's generosity they will donate $5 from every kit to @roswellpark throughout the entire @buffalosabres season. Share a meal for a great cause! 🥰

📸: Moe's Southwest Grill 🌮

This week I spoke with the director of the Sarcoma Medical Oncology Program at @RoswellPark about the incredibly rare cancer that killed Virgil Abloh and the research they are doing for treatment. @SPECNews1BUF

Nathaniel Ivanick, MD, FCCP, discusses the evolution of interventional pulmonology, the benefits of robotic navigational bronchoscopy in the field, and ongoing research that could further push the paradigm forward. @RoswellPark #oncology

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