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Winship Cancer Institute celebrates 2014 as a banner year

Woodruff Health Sciences Center | Dec. 19, 2014

Winship Cancer Institute serves cancer patients throughout Georgia, the Southeast and beyond, by working tirelessly to prevent, treat, and cure cancer.

As 2014 draws to a close, the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University is able to look back at a banner year, with record numbers of clinical trials, national recognitions for excellence and successful fundraising.

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Winship received several national recognitions in 2014. U.S. News & World Report ranked cancer care at Emory University Hospital through Winship among the 25 best in the country. Nurses at Emory University Hospital and Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital were also honored with the prestigious Magnet award for excellence in patient care.

Winship was named one of 30 U.S. cancer centers to be a Lead Academic Participating Site for the new National Cancer Institute's National Clinical Trials Network. The network serves as the primary way phase II and III clinical trials are now conducted.

It was a record year for Winship's premiere fundraising event. The Winship Win the Fight 5K in September brought in more than $600,000 for cancer research.  

From discovering new therapeutic advancements to enrolling over 800 patients in our clinical trials, Winship continues to be among the leaders in the state of Georgia and the nation in finding ways to defeat cancer.