An innovative new tool in the fight against breast cancer allows patients to undergo a one-time radiation treatment, directly in the cavity where the tumor has been removed, during surgery for early-stage breast cancer.
Individuals who meet with Winship Cancer Institute's genetic counselors learn about the risks, benefits and limitations of genetic testing in each person's specific situation.
A video starring Winship Cancer Institute researchers has won first place in the GRAND Basic Research video contest, the Association of American Medical Colleges recently announced.
An orange pigment, found in lichens and rhubarb, called parietin may have potential as an anti-cancer drug, scientists at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University have discovered.
A $25 million grant from the James M. Cox Foundation will launch new patient-centered care models at Emory designed to improve patient experiences and outcomes. Prostate cancer care will be the initial clinical focus of the model.
In honor of breast cancer awareness month, Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University and Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital are hosting the Healthy Winship Series on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Although bad weather on Saturday forced the cancellation of the Winship Win the Fight 5K, cancer patients at Emory University Hospital carried on the spirit of the race by joining an indoor .5K around their units. They were cheered on by doctors, nurses, corporate sponsors and WSB TV reporter Mark Winne, who served as emcee.
The National Cancer Institute has awarded a five-year grant renewal to researchers in Emory's Winship Cancer Institute who are developing nanoparticles to treat pancreatic cancer, one of the most deadly cancers.
A nationwide search has identified Douglas Graham, MD, PhD, as the director of the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and chief of hematology/oncology/BMT in the Department of Pediatrics at Emory University.
After traversing the country from the West Coast to the East Coast, on September 17, Amy Giver wrapped up her 6,000-mile bicycle journey at Emory University Hospital, where she was greeted by her sister, Cindy Giver, a Winship Cancer Institute researcher, and taken up to the Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplant Center in the hospital to be welcomed and congratulated by staff and patients.