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CBSNews.com features Alyson Moadel-Robblee, Ph.D., and her BOLD Buddy Program, which pairs patients receiving cancer treatment with companions and provides phone support. The program, hosted at the Montefiore Einstein Center for Cancer Care, is funded by the Avon Foundation and EIF-Revlon Run Run/Walk for Women's Cancers. Dr. Moadel-Robblee is associate professor of clinical epidemiology & population health and of clinical medicine at Einstein and director of the psychosocial oncology program at the Albert Einstein Cancer Center.

(Sunday, October 12, 2014)

 

WNYC.com features a Bronx cancer survivor and her BOLD Buddy, a volunteer for an Einstein-Montefiore program directed by Dr. Alyson Moadel-Robblee that provides personal support for cancer patients. Dr. Moadel-Robblee is associate professor of clinical epidemiology & population health and of clinical medicine at Einstein and director of the psychosocial oncology program at the Albert Einstein Cancer Center.

(Wednesday, June 04, 2014)

 

New York Daily News features the BOLD (Bronx Oncology Living Daily) Buddies program, which partners newly-diagnosed cancer patients with survivors. Alyson Moadel, Ph.D., founded the support program due in part to her mother’s experience battling breast cancer virtually alone. Dr. Moadel is associate professor of clinical epidemiology & population health and of clinical medicine at Einstein and director of the psychosocial oncology program at the Albert Einstein Cancer Center.

(Thursday, October 18, 2012)

 

The Houston Chronicle features research by Alyson Moadel, Ph.D., found the practice of yoga improved the social and emotional well-being of breast cancer survivors, including decreasing emotional distress and enhanced spiritual well-being. Dr. Moadel is associate professor of clinical epidemiology & population health at Einstein and director of the psychosocial oncology program at the Albert Einstein Cancer Center. (Thursday, September 22, 2011)

 

CNN.com interviews Dr. Alyson Moadel on new recommendations for cancer patients to be as physically active as possible both during and after their treatment. Dr. Moadel emphasizes the need for patients to choose an activity they enjoy, which increases the likelihood they will adhere to a fitness program. Dr. Moadel is associate professor of clinical epidemiology & population health at Einstein and director of the psychosocial oncology program at the Albert Einstein Cancer Center. (Monday, June 14, 2010)

 

ABC News interviews Alyson Moadel, Ph.D., on the benefits of yoga for cancer survivors. Her work indicates yoga improves social and emotional well-being in patients. A number of studies suggest that yoga exercises improves quality of life and relieves stress and anxiety associated with cancer, asthma, sleep disorders, depression, and attention disorders. Dr. Moadel is associate professor of clinical epidemiology & population health. (Monday, November 02, 2009)

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