Most everybody shares the same reaction to learning they have to undergo a colonoscopy. However, Kenneth J. Vega, MD, has made it his mission to turn anxiety, fear, and stress about the procedure into peace, calmness, and relaxation about the...
A group of scientists at the Georgia Cancer Center of Augusta University recently reported that CAR T cells can stay active longer and mediate tumor killing more effectively when STAT5, a key signaling molecule, is kept in an active form within CAR...
Thanks to a new grant from the United States Department of Agriculture, the Georgia Cancer Center will make sure more Georgians have the opportunity to be diagnosed earlier and receive treatment sooner for skin cancer.
A new $3.3 million grant from the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation has been awarded to the Georgia Cancer Center in an effort to impact cancer statistics for African Americans in urban and rural minority underserved areas of the state.
A new study looks at just how much the stress of financial hardship caused by cancer care and treatment can affect a patient’s emotional, mental and physical well-being.
While it is not the most enjoyable experience for a woman, a mammogram is a procedure that saves countless lives every day.
It is the most common form of cancer found in men. And, while it is likely the prostate cancer growing inside your body will grow slowly, that does not mean it is time to skip a screening or follow-up appointment with your primary care provider.
While they have a long life ahead of them, now is the time for Augusta's children to learn skills and habits that can ensure their life will be filled with healthy choices. They are the reason the Georgia Cancer Center, Children’s Hospital of...
The Georgia Cancer Center is working with African American church leaders across Georgia to help minorities and underserved individuals understand the impact COVID-19 can have on them and their loved ones.
Administered through Georgia CORE, the CDC-funded program will bring colorectal screening, navigation and colonoscopies to 15,000 people in southeast and southwest Georgia.
Paceline Ride's leadership postponed the Paceline Ride weekend in May. This event has been rescheduled for Oct. 24.
A group of oncologists from across the world, including Dr. Zach Klaassen of the Georgia Cancer Center, came together to develop guidelines for patients diagnosed with prostate, testicular and other genitourinary cancers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Georgia Cancer Center shares information for Testicular Cancer Awareness Month in its latest Facebook Live Q&A.
Based on the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Paceline Ride's leadership has postponed Paceline Ride weekend.
Now’s your chance to dress to impress while showing support for the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University.
While the Georgia Cancer Center can help those diagnosed with many different forms of cancer, the team also has a program available to help you lower your risk of cancer.
While the team would love it if all Augusta University and AU Health employees to register to ride and raise money for the Cancer Center, they are also looking for volunteers to help during the Opening Ceremony on May 29 and Ride Day on May 30.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announces his support of the Georgia Cancer Center and Paceline as a part of the statewide initiative to end cancer.
Partnering with Goshen Elementary School in the Richmond County School System, the Georgia Cancer Center enhanced learning experiences in basic biology while offering 5th grade students insight into science and health career options and first-hand...
A robot, its human assistant and a team of surgery specialists are the first in the United States to perform three complex cancer surgeries in one setting using the same anesthesia.