In the United States, an estimated 22,000 new cases of ovarian cancer are diagnosed each year and about 13,000 women ultimately die every year from it. The Georgia Cancer Center is helping women fight back against this aggressive cancer.
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and the Georgia Cancer Center aims to raise awareness about this disease.
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.
Vehicle traffic should avoid Harper Street and Laney-Walker Boulevard today, Thursday, Sept. 17, as some vehicles have already become stranded due to flooding.
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Dr. Jorge Cortes, director of the Georgia Cancer Center, discusses events and news for this month in a Facebook Live chat.
Cancer is the disease that kills more children than any other.
Know where construction is happening on the Health Sciences Campus.
After postponing this year's Paceline Ride to Oct. 24, Paceline leadership has now decided to make this year’s annual event virtual in consideration of rider safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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...
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Local merchandise vendor Showpony has created exclusive T-shirt designs to benefit the Georgia Cancer Center and the AU Medical Center as part of their popular We Give a Shirt campaign.
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Not only is COVID-19 currently a major issue in some lower-income countries, but cancer has been a particular problem there for many years.
In this second part of a discussion about COVID-19 and cancer care at the Georgia Cancer Center, Barbara McFarland, Outpatient Cancer Services administrator, talks with talks with Chris Curry, communications and marketing manager at the...
Learn how nursing care and patient interaction has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Augusta University’s Sickle Cell Transition Program was recently awarded $50,000 from Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc., through the company’s 2020 Access to Excellent Care for Sickle Cell Patients (ACCEL) grant program.
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.
Whether it was tackling the university’s name change shortly after arriving on campus in 2015 or facing the complications of this year’s COVID-19 pandemic, Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has always stood up for what he calls his top priorities: students and...
Administered through Georgia CORE, the CDC-funded program will bring colorectal screening, navigation and colonoscopies to 15,000 people in southeast and southwest Georgia.