Wear pink to bring awareness and support the cause at the annual Pink Out women's volleyball game Oct. 26.
Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer diagnosed in women. This month, Augusta University Health’s Breast Health Center wants to make sure women have time to get a mammogram.
A member of a protein family known for protecting our cells also protects cancer cells in aggressive, metastatic breast cancer, scientists report.
If you've been diagnosed with ovarian cancer you need become an advocate for the rest of the women in your family and recommend they get genetic testing done.
The hybrid operating room combines three techniques into a single appointment eliminating multiple clinical visits for improved patient experience and outcomes.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, so help fund a cure for childhood cancers by buying a cup of lemonade!
Dr. Martha Terris has a message for men, diagnosed with prostate cancer, who are not worried about follow-up visits with their oncologist.
Dr. Ali Arbab has been studying ways to attack Glioblastoma, a rare and lethal disease, for decades.
Your chance to join the Georgia Cancer Center to improve the lives of those touched by cancer.
Problems like obesity and alcoholism appear to chronically trigger in the liver a receptor known to amplify inflammation in response to invaders like bacteria, scientists report.
The Georgia Cancer Center and the c-CARE Initiative are collaborating with the General Missionary Baptist Convention (GMBC) of Georgia’s Tenth District to share information about cancer disparities, cancer prevention, early detection, clinical trials, care navigation, and other resources available...
Looking at the urine and blood may be best in diagnosing myeloma
A group of 35 high school and college students used part of their summer vacation at Augusta University learning what a future career in healthcare could look like.
Researchers at the Georgia Cancer Center and Department of Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University are testing a new way to fight cancer: ‘force-feeding’ cancer to death.
Oxidative stress can help tumors thrive, but one way novel cancer treatments work is by pushing levels to the point where it instead helps them die, scientists report.
A cancer researcher is determined to take a family’s gift and turn it into hope for liver cancer patients. For the family, it’s an opportunity to keep the memory of a mother and wife alive for generations to come.
A team of three Georgia Cancer Center researchers is taking the next step towards finding a future treatment option for colorectal cancer, the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths.
Dr. Daniel Albo, a surgical oncologist, physician-scientist and educator who is vice chair of the Department of Surgery at the Medical College of Georgia, has been named department chair.
Dr. Amy Allison, a psycho-oncologist at the Georgia Cancer Center, is sharing five strategies to help cancer patients cope with their diagnosis effectively.
New research published in Cancer Immunology Research by Drs. Esteban Celis and Hussein Sultan of the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University could serve as the stepping-stone in constructing vaccines with a greater likelihood of finding and attacking tumors in the human body.