Administered through Georgia CORE, the CDC-funded program will bring colorectal screening, navigation and colonoscopies to 15,000 people in southeast and southwest Georgia.
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.
Paceline Ride's leadership postponed the Paceline Ride weekend in May. This event has been rescheduled for Oct. 24.
The sugar coating on cancer cells helps them thrive, and a new study indicates patients with cervical cancer who make antibodies to those sugars appear to do better when they also receive internal radiation therapy.
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.
A portion of Cushing Lane will close for several months during renovations to the annex of the Georgia Radiation Therapy Center.
Based on the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Paceline Ride's leadership has postponed Paceline Ride weekend.
On a special edition of the Georgia Cancer Center Facebook Live Q&A, we discussed COVID-19 and how it can affect a cancer patient’s life.
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.
On Monday, Dec. 23, 2019, Augusta University President Dr. Brooks A. Keel and his leadership team welcomed U.S. Senate-Designate Kelly Loeffler to learn more about the work happening inside the Children's Hospital of Georgia and the Georgia Cancer...
While trying to develop a comparatively easy, inexpensive way to give physicians and their patients with bladder cancer a better idea of likely outcome and best treatment options, scientists found that sophisticated new subtyping techniques designed...
“Baxter loved superheroes because of their superpowers,” said Brook Duddy, Baxter’s mom. “They could do things ordinary people could not do. So, we told him the radiation was turning him into a superhero to fight his cancer.”
Breathe easy and stomp out smoking during the national Great American Smokeout on Nov. 21, because if you are a smoker, the statistics are scary.
The age-old saying goes, there is strength in numbers. When it comes to figuring out the future of cancer research and treatment options, the Georgia Cancer Center has a team made up of hundreds of community members supporting its mission.