Two men who had never met are now connected for the rest of their lives, thanks to a magic show.
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April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, and doctors as well as testicular cancer patients stress the importance of self-examination.
You have the chance to sign up with the national bone marrow transplant registry during a donor drive this Friday, April 13 at 9 a.m.
A special t-shirt has been created as part of Augusta University's charity baseball game happening later this month. They are on sale now!
A newly designed three-part molecule could be the one answer patients with a certain form of breast cancer are looking for, scientists report.
There’s an added benefit in medicines designed to help erectile dysfunction: a reduced risk of colorectal cancers.
A group of Augusta University students want to educate you about colorectal cancer. Your job, decide which student created the best video to make their goal a reality.
A small, daily dose of Viagra significantly reduces colorectal cancer risk, scientists report.
They may not be the heroes helping save the galaxy from alien supervillains, but five students at The Dental College of Georgia have their own evil to fight. They have the powers needed to show...
In the battle against cancer, antibiotics may have a negative impact.
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...
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...
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...
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.
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.
With an estimated 8.8 million potential global deaths from cancer, the Georgia Cancer Center and the American Cancer Society are working to make cancer a health priority.
One small molecule that helps regulate gene expression plays a big role in keeping us safe from the machinations of cancer.
Dr. Sharad Ghamande has been named executive vice chair of the MCG Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.