Joining us this afternoon to respond to your questions and comments is Dr. Tia Olds, a board-certified radiation oncologist with New York Oncology Hematology in Albany and Amsterdam. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.
Joining us for Medical Monday are Doctor Regina Resta, a board-certified and fellowship-trained medical oncologist and hematologist, and Nurse Practitioner Erin Lasher, of New York Oncology Hemotology’s Troy office. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.
As doctors and researchers around the world work to identify treatments and vaccines for the novel coronavirus, a team from New York’s Capital Region has been testing a cancer drug on COVID-19 patients.
They are three words that no one ever wants to hear: “you have cancer.” But once the shock wanes and the treatment begins, patients face a number of decisions about treatment and how to proceed to take back control of their lives and their health. Sabrina Mosseau was recently named the executive director of New York Oncology Hematology, a regional cancer treatment and research provider across eastern New York.
Health insurer Capital District Physicians Health Plan and the area's largest cancer care provider New York Oncology Hematology announced Monday they've settled their differences and will continue working with each other. The accord means cancer patients undergoing treatment plans are no longer caught in the middle.