Employees at the Georgia Cancer Center spent their Wednesday decorating cards for children battling cancer.
Studies show exercise benefits cancer patients by improving aerobic fitness, decreasing fatigue and increasing strength.
MOD Pizza, a build-your-own pizza restaurant, will officially open its first location in the CSRA on Wednesday, Feb. 28, and the owners invite students, faculty and staff to celebrate, with proceeds benefiting the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta...
They dazzle audiences with their moves, their energy and their ability to score in the most unusual ways. Now, the Harlem Legends are bringing their skills to Augusta to raise money for the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University.
They have been called “man’s best friend” and starred in TV shows and movies. But some dogs have a much more important role to play — helping families who have a loved one fighting through a cancer diagnosis.
A test that used to take weeks to get the results from may now take only minutes, and women across the CSRA have access to the screening at the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University.
The Augusta University Police Department and the Critical Event Preparedness and Response team want you to make sure you can receive emergency notifications.
The Augusta University Jaguars officially kicked off competition in a new eSports league this month.
Dr. Jim Kruse and his team at the Georgia Cancer Center are using electricity to help some patients living with gastrointestinal cancer who aren't able to have surgery.
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and the Georgia Cancer Center has information about getting screened so you're not the next person to be diagnosed.
Augusta University Medical Center’s Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Program has been re-accredited by the Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapy (FACT).
What started out as a fun football game at a South Carolina elementary school has brought family and friends together to support a child battling an aggressive brain cancer.
Dr. Carsten Schroeder turns the hybrid OR at AU Health into a one-stop shop for lung cancer patients.
A class project turning students into filmmakers shows how powerful partnerships can be.
If you’re a smoker, the statistics are scary.
Nearly 500 people living in the CSRA learned what changes they need to make to live a healthier lifestyle and lower their risk for developing the deadliest form of cancer.
If you’re a coffee fan, this is an opportunity to pick up a blend you can’t find in your favorite food store while helping people living with cancer.
Their goal is same: to educate people about the dangers of tobacco use. But only one of the 18 public service announcements produced by students in Rick Pukis’ class can be crowned “Audience Favorite.” The films were produced as part of a...
It may look like a space for dental students to learn the skills necessary for their career, but last week the Dental College of Georgia was transformed into with lights, cameras and student actors. The students behind the Comprehensive Oral health...