Treatments for lung cancer have gotten so advanced that some can be done at home by the patient.
Albert Gigar, 73, was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in 2019 and the news was frightening. Now, with the help of the medical staff at the Georgia Cancer Center, Gigar is winning his battle against lung cancer.
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.
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.
A big way chemotherapy works is by prompting cancer cells to commit suicide, and scientists have found a pathway the most common lung cancer walks to avoid death.
May 31 is World No Tobacco Day and the Georgia Cancer Center wants to help you kick the habit for good.
One woman is fundraising for the Georgia Cancer Center and riding 100 miles to remember, honor and celebrate her mother-in-law, who lost her life to lung cancer.
A free, simple screening for lung cancer can save a patient money, while building a healthy relationship for any medical needs they may have in the future.
When it comes to providing the best care for our patients, staff at the Georgia Cancer Center are focused on putting the patient and their family at the center of the treatment plan.
Augusta University has committed to help the community reduce the number of tobacco and e-cigarette users during the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout.
According to the National Cancer Institute, more than 154,000 people will die from lung cancer in 2018, about the size of the population of Athens, Georgia.
The hybrid operating room combines three techniques into a single appointment eliminating multiple clinical visits for improved patient experience and outcomes.
The Georgia Cancer Center and the c-CARE Initiative are collaborating with the General Missionary Baptist Convention (GMBC) of Georgia’s Tenth District to share information about cancer disparities, cancer prevention, early detection, clinical...
A cancer researcher is determined to take a family’s gift and turn it into hope for liver cancer patients. For the family, it’s an opportunity to keep the memory of a mother and wife alive for generations to come.
The new leader of the cancer Community Awareness Access Research and Education initiative at the Georgia Cancer Center wants to reach even more people.
One small molecule that helps regulate gene expression plays a big role in keeping us safe from the machinations of cancer.
Dr. Carsten Schroeder turns the hybrid OR at AU Health into a one-stop shop for lung cancer patients.
A class project turning students into filmmakers shows how powerful partnerships can be.
If you’re a smoker, the statistics are scary.
Nearly 500 people living in the CSRA learned what changes they need to make to live a healthier lifestyle and lower their risk for developing the deadliest form of cancer.