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Cancer Center medical director reflects on decades of advances in cancer prevention, treatments

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Leslie J Kohman, MD, FACSLeslie Kohman, MD, explains advances in cancer prevention that have taken place over the years, plus how surgery, radiation and chemotherapy treatments have changed and improved. Kohman is medical director of the Upstate Cancer Center, which teams with WCNY on March 25 to offer previews of the upcoming cancer documentary that is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, “The Emperor of All Maladies.”

Improving screening rates for colorectal cancer

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Christopher P Morley, PhDChristopher Morley, PhD, associate professor of Family Medicine, Public Health & Psychiatry at Upstate, talks about a new project “Increasing Cancer Screening through Academic Detailing and Practice Facilitation” that will span from Syracuse to Buffalo, focusing upon improving screening rates for colorectal cancer in primary care practices.  Read the story: Family Medicine launches colorectal cancer screening project