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  • Join NYOH at Free Lung Cancer Event on Saturday, October 10th at 2pm


    All NYOH patients are invited to "Breathing Space: Community Dialogues on Living with Lung Cancer." This free event is part of the 7th annual Spring to Life, an annual cancer conference. The event is open to patients, survivors, families and caregivers and will include resources and opportunities for those living with lung cancer.  Those who sign up will receive... Read More

  • Welcome, Dr. George


    New York Oncology Hematology, the region’s largest provider of cancer and blood disorder care, is pleased to announce Reju Mathew George, M.D. has joined our team of medical oncologists and hematologists.  Dr. George comes to us upon completion of his Fellowship in Hematology & Oncology at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA. He... Read More

  • NYOH plays role in new drug test to detect cancer


    Amy Zuchelkowski, Director of Research Operations, talks with WNYT's Benita Zahn about a new clinical trial that tests for 50 cancers. NYOH participated in a trial that was a precursor to Pathfinder, with Dr. Lawrence Garbo as Principal Investigator.  NYOH offers the region's largest clinical research operation, participating in more than 500 drug trials over... Read More

  • Are you asking the right questions about your cancer diagnosis?


    A cancer diagnosis can be scary and confusing. But major advances in research mean more therapies are available.  At NYOH, we sit down with every patient and family to discuss options and develop a personalized treatment plan.  Download this guide to key questions our physicians recommend asking. They are designed to help you and your loved ones understand... Read More

  • NYOH welcomes – Christine Roe, MSN, FNP-C as a new Advanced Practice Provider


    NYOH is pleased to announce the hire of Christine Roe, MSN, FNP‑C as a Nurse Practitioner in our Clifton Park Cancer Center. Christine brings with her many years of nurse practitioner experience, many of which were in the Oncology Hematology setting. She has worked collaboratively with the St. Peter’s Health Partners... Read More

  • Albany Business Review Names Mosseau a 2020 “Women Who Mean Business” Honoree


    NYOH is pleased to announce the Albany Business Review has chosen Sabrina Mosseau, BN, RN, OCN, Executive Director of NYOH, as a 2020 Women Who Mean Business honoree. This prestigious annual award celebrates outstanding female executives across all industries in our region. In its official announcement, the Albany Business Review writes:  Mosseau leads the region... Read More

  • NYOH welcomes - Ellen Gokey, ANP-BC; ACHPN as Director Palliative Care Services.


    NYOH is pleased to announce the hire of Ellen Gokey, ANP-BC; ACHPN as the Palliative Care Services Director.  Ellen has worked for the past several years at Palliative Care Partners.  We're excited to add Ellen to the NYOH team. Ellen has had an integral role in the development and growth of the... Read More

  • Join NYOH for August 12th event on Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia


    Join the Leukemia Lymphoma Society for a FREE virtual event to help patients and caregivers more confidently participate in decisions about CLL treatment and survivorship.    NYOH's Frances Ford, LCSW, will join Dr. Nicole Lamanna, Director of CLL Programs at Columbia University Medical Center for an online discussion on Wednesday, August 12th at 6:00pm. From information about... Read More

  • Dr. Evangelist Explains How Genes Play a Role in Today’s Lung Cancer Treatment


    Dr. Makenzi Evangelist, who sees patients at both our Clifton Park and Albany Medical Center locations, specializes in treating lung cancer. Learn what she discusses with each new patient and why every lung cancer patient at NYOH is tested for specific gene mutations.     Read More

  • NYOH’s Director Mosseau on Danger of Skipping Mammograms, Colonoscopies


    Sabrina Mosseau, BN, RN, OCN, Executive Director of New York Oncology Hematology discusses new data from the National Cancer Institute, warning that 10,000 cancer- related deaths could occur over the next five years because people are skipping screenings now - out of fear of COVID-19. Mosseau interviewed by Benita Zahn, of NewsChannel 13, outlines important questions to ask your health care... Read More

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