BY JIM HOWE Some volunteers are bringing live music — and, they hope, a smile — to patients and staff at Upstate University Hospital. The Music at Upstate group includes strolling violinists and a guitar and vocal duo who play in the … Continue reading
Upstate’s “HealthLink on Air” podcast airs at 6 a.m and 9 p.m Sundays on WRVO Public Media. But you can listen whenever you like through the WRVO Public Media app, which is free to download onto Apple or Android devices. Find it … Continue reading
This photo appears on the back cover of the summer 2017 issue of Cancer Care magazine.
BY JIM HOWE About two dozen people battle each other with wooden sticks every week on the Upstate campus, displaying skills that look like a mix of a fencing class, a pirate raid and a street brawl. But no one … Continue reading
BY JIM HOWE A recent patient and his 8-year-old twin are using their love of animals to spread cheer to other youngsters being treated at the Upstate Cancer Center. Ashton Miller, a third-grader from Fayetteville, has received drug infusions at … Continue reading
Singer/songwriter — and cancer patient – Melissa Clark, 68, of Hamilton is among the musicians who are scheduled to perform in the lobby of the Upstate Cancer Center. She plays a variety of folk songs, including one she wrote called “Heart of … Continue reading
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The therapy Maria Fazzini provides may involve paints, crayons or other art supplies. She’s the art therapist at the Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital. “I really enjoy the little smile that starts to form on a patient’s face, and on the … Continue reading
BY JIM HOWE After a day working with an electron microscope in Upstate’s pathology department, Joyce Yue Qi might pick up an artist’s paintbrush or a pastel crayon and create a picture. Qi has won awards for her work each … Continue reading
Mckinzie Neggers, a third-year medical student, left Binghamton at 5 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 5 to join Upstate classmates in Syracuse for the “I’m with Alex” fundraising run at Fleet Feet Sports. Neggers and classmates organized the run in honor of … Continue reading
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In this scene from his long-running one-man show, “From Cuba to ‘Cuse,” JoséMiguel Hernández recalls how he ended up in Syracuse in November. BY JIM HOWE For years, JoséMiguel Hernández would make people laugh and cry with his stories about … Continue reading