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  • Join Us for NYOH Survivor Day 2018!


    June is National Cancer Survivor Month and New York Oncology Hematology is hosting events across the region to celebrate the thousands of cancer survivors who are part of our NYOH family. Please contact your NYOH office location to learn more – and be sure to get your NYOH Survivor car magnet! Amsterdam Friday, June 1, 2018 1:30pm – 4:00pm Century Club – 130... Read More

  • NYOH Opens Doors to New Mobile PET/CT


    New York Oncology Hematology cut the ribbon today on the region's first 4-ring Mobile PET/CT unit. The General Electric Discovery technology cuts patient scan time from 25 minutes to just 12 minutes, provides increased accuracy of smaller lesions and requires 50% less radiation dose. Designed with patient comfort in mind, the new unit, includes heated,... Read More

  • Dr. Younes Discusses Immunotherapy on WAMC


    NYOH’s Dr. Mohamad Younes was a recent guest at WAMC/Northeast Public Radio’s “Medical Monday” program, where he discussed the growing role that immunotherapy is playing in even hard to treat cancers. Listen to the program. In addition to taking listener calls on the live program, Dr. Younes also explained the different... Read More

  • Dr. De Jesus Wins National Award


    Dr. Arsyl De Jesus receives the 2018 Outstanding Physician in Radiation Oncology award from Dr. Christopher Rose, Chief Clinical Officer, Radiation Oncology, The US Oncology Network. New York Oncology Hematology congratulates Dr. Arsyl De Jesus, named the 2018 Outstanding Physician in Radiation Oncology, by the US Oncology Network. Selected from hundreds of physicians across the country, Dr. De Jesus was... Read More

  • NYOH Pharmacist Speaks at National Conference


    Daniela Dethomasis, R.Ph., a pharmacist at NYOH, recently spoke at the National Community Oncology Dispensing Association’s annual conference in Texas. Addressing more than 200 people, she talked about the ways NYOH is using technology to help patients stay on track with their medications during and after treatment. Cancer treatment is complex and requires close monitoring. It can also... Read More

  • 90th Birthday Party Benefits NYOH Foundation


    June Baesen of Schenectady is a breast cancer survivor and a longtime patient at NYOH’s Rexford office. When she recently celebrated her 90th birthday, rather than gifts, her friends and family made donations to the NYOH Community Cancer Foundation, to help local cancer patients during treatment. Below, June’s daughter, Terri Sutton shares the story in... Read More

  • Megan Farrar Named to “40 Under 40”


    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


    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


    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


    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

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