Batavia Radiation Oncolog

Batavia Radiation Oncolog
Batavia Radiation Oncolog is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons category in Batavia, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Batavia Radiation Oncolog which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Batavia Radiation Oncolog on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for Batavia Radiation Oncolog is:
262 Bank St
Batavia, NY 14020
(585) 344-3050

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Batavia Radiation Oncolog has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Batavia Radiation Oncolog has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Batavia, New York is 40 and in the Physicians & Surgeons category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore

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#URMC scientists have found a new way to potentially slow down fast-growing cancer cells:†…

We're grateful for Dick Clifford and Linda Stephens from Brockport, who organized the Linda Clifford Memorial Jamboree earlier this month. The event raised $10,000, which they donated to support research at Wilmot. Please join us in thanking all involved with this making this fundraiser a success. #ThankfulThursday

Linda Clifford Memorial Jamboree raised $10K for cancer research at Wilmot. Thanks to all who made this possible!†…

RT @UofR: Behind every raindrop lies the potential for a rainbow.

New surgery provides option for some patients w/cancer that's metastasized to liver: #ROC†…

A new surgical technique called the ALPPS procedure is helping some patients who have cancer that has spread to the liver. UR Medicine's Dr. Roberto Hernandez-Alejandro pioneered the use of this procedure in North America and Rochester is one of a handful cities where it's available. Learn more from 13 WHAM ABC.
Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) - Jim Bowman has so much to live for. The walls of his home are filled with photos of generations of his family, including his two precious granddaughters Maggie and Clara.So he works out - and takes good care of his health.A diagno

Congratulations to Wilmot researcher Michelle Janelsins, Ph.D., whose study of "chemo-brain" among women with breast cancer was selected for the "Best of JCO 2017" edition of the Journal of Clinical Oncology. The special edition highlights the most essential and influential research articles recently published. American Society of Clinical Oncology #3000researchers
The largest study to date of a condition known as “chemo-brain” shows that women with breast...

Wilmot Researcher Michelle Janelsins' study on "chemo-brain" selected for Best of @JCO_ASCO:

Wilmot Cancer Institute added 2 new photos.
Congratulations to Sue Miller, who had her last chemo session yesterday! She shared the photo below with some members of her Wilmot team. It's so kind and inspiring that we had to repost it! Here's what Sue shared about her team: "Today was my last chemo session and everybody liked my "Remission Accomplished" shirt. This is only part of my team, Carol Lustig N.P., Richard Dunne M.D. and Chris Le Feber Clinical Trial Coordinator. Not pictured are Dr. Eva Galka M.D., Nancy Amell N.P., Sue Richards R.N as well as all the infusion nurses and techs. I owe all of you my life. Thanks for helping me survive pancreatic cancer, one of the most deadly ones out there. If you ever hear the dreaded words from a medical professional that you've got cancer, go to Wilmot Cancer Institute at the University of Rochester Medical Center. These are hands down the smartest most compassionate people I have ever met. Best care anywhere." Thank you, Sue, for sharing your photo and story with us. We also had to share a photo of her from November, when she showed up to Wilmot for one of her chemo sessions with her head painted, courtesy of artist Emma Allen for her "Heads and Tales" project. Beautiful!

Here's an inspiring story from the Democrat and Chronicle: Sammie Gehl, a sprinter for St. John Fisher College, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. She received care at Golisano Children's Hospital from UR Medicine's Dr. Wakenda Tyler. Despite having her leg amputated, Sammie refused to give up on her passion. #MondayMotivation
Sammie Gehl, a Fisher freshman, competed in her first race Saturday since losing her leg.