While doctors may be treating one illness, each appointment serves as an opportunity to educate people about the multiple medical problems associated with tobacco use.
They are a popular pet at pet stores across the country. However, one researcher at the Georgia Cancer Center believes a small fish could be key to solving a big problem in the brain.
While cancer attacks the inside of a person’s body, it can also leave patients with external deformation that will follow them for the rest of their lives. This is the case for female cancer patients who undergo a mastectomy.
Individuals and teams will determine a fundraising goal, with money raised going to support patient care and cancer research projects at the Georgia Cancer Center.
When it comes to advancing one's career as a doctor, the key is to find a mentor who can show you what it takes to succeed professionally.
May 31 is World No Tobacco Day and the Georgia Cancer Center wants to help you kick the habit for good.
The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention has designated the Friday before Memorial Day as “Don’t Fry Day” to encourage sun safety awareness and to remind everyone to protect his or her skin while enjoying the outdoors.
The Children's Hospital of Georgia, in partnership with the Family YMCA of Greater Augusta, is proud to announce it will officially move its four summer camp programs to Camp Lakeside in Lincoln County.
Just four tiny incisions is all it's taken to mark a milestone in robotic surgery at Augusta University Health.
A celebration filled with tears, hugs and smiles as two men, though intimately connected for six years, meet for the very first time. And it’s all thanks to a gift given selflessly by one man to save the life of a stranger thousands of miles away.
Alumni, family and friends of The Dental College of Georgia will gather on April 26 at the Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center to commemorate the college’s 50th anniversary.
Identifying a protein that plays a key role in cancer cell growth is a first step toward the development of a targeted cancer therapy.
A 91-year-old has a passion for life, a love for his family and a strong faith in God. Even after being diagnosed with cancer, Charlie Derrick has not stopped spending his weekends on the dance floor.
Find out how you can join in the local fight against cancer with a new 20-mile fundraising goal of $100, free rider registration and access to the May 10 opening celebration with country music star Chris Janson.
In her new role, Dr. Martha S. Tingen will work to build a cancer prevention and control research program to assess the impact of healthier lifestyle choices on reducing preventable cancer deaths in the region.
The Interdisciplinary Simulation Center at Augusta University gives students, professors and medical professionals the opportunity to practice their skills and prepare for real-life scenarios.
Researchers at the Georgia Cancer Center are taking the fight to rural Georgia communities with the extension of a program grant that provides smoking cessation and prevention services to African-American communities in partnership with area...
Augusta University Police will soon be equipped with a new tool to help children "bear" with trauma.
In a Grand Rounds presentation earlier this month, a gastroenterologist shared that doctors could save the lives of enough patients to fill Yankee Stadium five times over if they could increase colorectal cancer screening rates.
When it comes to performing complex surgery, even the best surgeon may need a helping hand, even if that hand is cold, metal and strong enough to hold the smallest of instruments.