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  • Megan Farrar Named to “40 Under 40”

    4/17/2018

    NYOH is proud to announce that Megan Farrar, Director of Radiation and Imaging Services, has been selected one of the Albany Business Review's "40 Under 40" Class of 2018. This annual  recognition of  "up and coming" leaders across all industry in the Capital Region is a major honor – and we are deeply proud that Megan... Read More

  • Hair Stylists and Barbers Invited to Free “Salon Strong” Event on April 23rd

    4/13/2018

    Dr. De Jesus to speak to stylists about caring for clients during cancer treatment New York Oncology Hematology and Nathan Littauer Hospital are joining forces once again with Salon Strong 2.0, sharing critical information with hair stylists and barbers about caring for clients who are going through cancer treatment. People depend upon hair stylist to look their best, but when... Read More

  • Free “Spring to Life” Conference on May 19th in Albany

    4/02/2018

    New York Oncology Hematology invites you to attend our fifth annual “Spring to Life” conference on Saturday, May 19, 2018 at the Albany Marriott. Afternoon – Survivors, Family, Friends and Caregivers The afternoon session is once again designed for survivors, family, friends and caregivers. This year, it centers on the theme of “Finding Hope in Times of... Read More

  • March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

    3/15/2018

    Dr. Kambam on the Advancements in Colorectal Cancer Watch an interview with Dr. Madhavi Kambam to learn about advances in treatment of colon and rectal cancer.   In the United States, colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in men, after skin, prostate, and lung cancer. It is also the fourth most common cancer in women, after skin, breast,... Read More

  • Dr. Olds on WAMC’s Medical Monday

    3/06/2018

    Listen to Dr. Tia Olds on WAMC Northeast Public Radio's "Medical Monday" program. As a recent guest, she discussed how radiation oncology is increasingly being used to treat metastatic cancer and answered a variety of caller questions. Listen to the radio interview here. Read More

  • NYOH’s Meg Farrar Featured in TU’s “Women@Work” Magazine

    2/28/2018

    Megan Farrar, R.T., Director of Radiation and Imaging Services at NYOH, shares her experience caring for patients in a profile in the Times Union’s Women@Work magazine. As the largest provider of radiation services in the region, Farrar oversees an NYOH team that delivered more than 25,000 treatments last year. She has brought cutting edge radiation technology to... Read More

  • Welcome, Dr. Buddhu!

    2/01/2018

    Dr. Omar Buddhu, a board certified medical oncologist and hematologist, has joined the NYOH medical staff. He is currently seeing patients at our Albany Medical Center office. Dr. Buddhu completed his fellowship in medical oncology and hematology at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center (Dana Farber Cancer Institute) in Boston, MA. He completed his medical residency at Danbury Hospital in... Read More

  • NYOH Manages IV Fluid Bag Shortage

    1/17/2018

    Nancy Egerton, Pharm.D., Area Manager, Pharmacy Services at NYOH, discusses how the practice is managing the shortage of IV fluid bags, ensuring all patients receive treatments. The shortage is being caused by the temporary shut down of a major supplier in in Puerto Rico, following storms this fall.  Click to read the full article from... Read More

  • Dr. Garbo Discusses Clinical Research on “Medical Monday”

    12/14/2017

    Dr. Lawrence Garbo and Amy Zuchelkowki, RN, Director of Clinical Services, discussed NYOH's clinical research program on WAMC's Medical Monday program. During the program, they explained how drug trials lead to new cancer treatments, how patients become eligible, and why NYOH offers the largest clinical research program in the area. They also discussed emerging immunotherapies, including... Read More

  • Help Local Cancer Patients this Holiday Season

    12/07/2017

    Founded in 2000, by a group of our patients, physicians and staff, the NYOH Community Cancer Foundation supports local families during cancer treatment. From gas cards to groceries, we know it is the little things that can go a long way when a family is facing financial struggles during cancer treatment.  Click below... Read More

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