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  • NYOH’s Graham Named to National COA Board of Directors


    Edwin Graham, Executive Director of New York Oncology Hematology, the region’s largest provider of cancer treatment, has been named to the national board of directors for the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) in Washington, DC. As a nonprofit, Community Oncology Alliance (COA) is the nation’s only organization dedicated solely to community oncology, where the majority of... Read More

  • Winter Storm Stella


    All NYOH offices will be open regular hours on Wednesday, March 15th. Please call if you are unable to keep your appointment -- thank you and be safe out there! Read More

  • Save the Date for Golf Outing to Benefit NYOH


    Get your clubs ready for the third annual Douglas Lawton Charity Golf Outing on Wednesday, July 19th at Orchard Creek Golf Club in Altamont, NY. Sponsored by the Guilderland Center Fire Department, the event honors of Douglas Lawton, a Guilderland firefighter, who died of cancer in 2014. Proceeds from the event support the NYOH Community Cancer Foundation, which provides hundreds of... Read More

  • Dr. Kambam on Gastrointestinal Cancers


    Dr. Madhavi Kambam was a guest on WAMC’s Medical Monday program to discus gastrointestinal cancers (esophagus, stomach, biliary system, pancreas, small intestine, large intestine, rectum and anus). She also answered listeners question on the live, call-in program. March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and Dr. Kambam discussed new screenings for colon cancer, as well as important new treatments,... Read More

  • NYOH Offers New Multiple Myeloma Clinical Trial


    New York Oncology Hematology (NYOH) is now offering LYRA, an important new clinical research trial for patients with Multiple Myeloma.  As a single arm study, there is no randomization – which means every eligible patient who chooses to participate will receive a combination of the standard of care therapy (Cyclophosphamide, Bortezomib, and Dexamethasone) and the investigational immunotherapy, Daratumumab.  ... Read More

  • Salon Strong: Dr. De Jesus Speaks to Local Stylists


    New York Oncology Hematology and Nathan Littauer Hospital teamed up on the first ever "Salon Strong," event, bringing together local hair stylists in Fulton and Montgomery County to learn more about caring for clients and their hair during cancer treatment.  NYOH's Dr. Arysl De Jesus was the keynote speaker and talked about how both chemotherapy and radiation can... Read More

  • Dr. De Jesus Speaks to Hair Stylists at First-Ever “Salon Strong” Event


    New York Oncology Hematology & Nathan Littauer Hospital Join Forces for to Recognize Hair Stylists’ Role in Caring for Cancer Patients A woman depends on her hair stylist to look her best, but when she is diagnosed with cancer the relationship takes on even greater significance. Losing hair, or experiencing changes because of treatment, can be one of the... Read More

  • Help Local Cancer Patients through NYOH Community Cancer Foundation


    Founded by a group of patients, doctors and staff in 2000, we have been providing the "little things" that go a long way for a family facing the financial stress of cancer treatment. From gas cards to groceries, 100% of your contribution stays in our community. Make an online donation today. Read More

  • Local Knitters Provide “Knitted Knockers” for NYOH Patient


    Thanks to NYOH patient Amie Gerard for sharing her breast cancer story about “Knitted Knockers.” NYOH is working with local knitters to make these available at all of our locations in 2017! If you are interested in knitting for this great cause, contact Michele Weaver at mchlwev@verizon.net. Check out what Knitted Knockers is all about: http://wnyt... Read More

  • Dr. Shaffer on Prostate, Bladder and Renal Cancer


    Dr. David Shaffer was a recent guest on “Medical Monday,” a program of WAMC, Northeast Public Radio. Dr. Shaffer, who treats patients at NYOH’s Albany Medical Center office, answered listeners' questions about a variety of topics related to genitourinary cancers (prostate, renal and bladder), during the live, call-in program. Listen to the program > Read More

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