As Dr. Martha Tingen's bike sailed over the finish line, she emanated a strength that proved if she could survive cancer, perhaps she could survive anything.
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.
Beginning Oct. 5 and each Saturday in the month of October, women can schedule a routine mammogram at the Breast Health Center between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
"It takes a village to deliver complete care of the patient," said Dr. Tania Arora, a fellowship-trained surgeon equipped with skills to remove many different forms of cancer from a patient’s body.
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.
Identifying a protein that plays a key role in cancer cell growth is a first step toward the development of a targeted cancer therapy.
MCG scientists now know how the immune system rids the body of tumor cells, helping prevent cancer metastasis.
The key to unlocking victory against breast cancer may lie within the body of each patient.
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.
Augusta University Health, the Georgia Cancer Center and the Augusta GreenJackets want to invite every doctor, professor, staff member, faculty, etc. to enjoy an evening of baseball at the new SRP Park in North Augusta, SC.
A newly designed three-part molecule could be the one answer patients with a certain form of breast cancer are looking for, scientists report.
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.
Starting Feb. 1, 2018, the AU Breast Health Clinic is changing up their hours of operation.
Scientists at MCG say a logical and effective new treatment target for certain cancers is to block production of the chemical that initiates the call that allows tumor growth .
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First the city, now the state. Dr. B. R. Achyut has been selected as one of Georgia Trend’s “40 Under 40” for 2017. Achyut, a cancer biologist and assistant professor in the Medical College of Georgia’s Department of Biochemistry...
Pink… it’s a color your see plenty of around campus during the month of October. Starting Friday, Augusta University faculty, staff and students are encouraged to wear pink to recognize the men and women diagnosed with breast cancer. You can show...
Pumpkin spice lattés, pumpkin spice yogurt, even pumpkin spice lip balm. When it comes to fall, pumpkin can be put in anything you can imagine. For Laurie Woolard, pumpkins are the key to making sure women can pay for a routine mammogram, because...