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Interview: Open Access Captain Talks Ride for Roswell, Impact of COVID-19 on Cancer Research

This year marked the 25th anniversary of the Ride for Roswell, an annual fundraiser that welcomes thousands of cyclers to help raise donations for cancer research. The 2020 edition, dubbed the Summer of the Ride, was altered due to risks posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fundraiser became a month-long journey of participants making their […]

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Cancer Doesn’t Stop For the Pandemic, and Neither Did the Ride for Roswell

This year has been quite a ride – and it’s not over. Despite the uncertainty amid the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, unemployment factors, and quite frankly, a confusing economy, the 25th anniversary of the Ride for Roswell carried on with another successful fundraiser, donating $3.6 million to cancer research.

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Buffalo’s Ride for Roswell: A Cycling Event to Raise Money to Fight Cancer

There’s a ride to end cancer in the city of Buffalo, NY. It’s called the Ride for Roswell, and it’s an annual bicycle ride that raises money for Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, also known simply as Roswell Park. Based in Buffalo, Roswell Park became the first institute dedicated to cancer research in the world when […]

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Nobel Laureate Barry Marshall Risks Life to Prove Link Between Peptic Ulcers and Bacteria

Dr. Barry Marshall is an Australian physician who won the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with J. Robin Warren for proving that most peptic ulcers are caused by a bacteria called bacterium Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) which led to breakthroughs in the study and treatment of stomach cancers. Determination Led to Break the […]