Choosing WiselyMaida Sewitch, visiting associate professor from McGill University, is working with Winship's Professor Deborah Watkins Bruner on the Choosing Wisely campaign's radiation recommendations for patients with bone metastases.Learn More
Can a Gene Counteract Aging and Prevent Us from Getting Cancer?What if we could control the effects of aging in our bodies in order to prevent or cure cancer? Researcher and physician, David Yu, is working in his lab to learn more about the gene SIRT2.Learn More
Torres to Lead Winship's Glenn Family Breast CenterWinship Cancer Institute of Emory University has named radiation oncologist Mylin A. Torres, MD the new director of the Glenn Family Breast Center effective January 19.Learn More
New Treatment for Early-Stage Breast CancerKaren Godette, MD, and her team at Emory University Hospital Midtown, is using Intraoperative Radiation Therapy (IORT), an innovative new tool allowing patients to undergo a one-time radiation treatment during surgery.Learn More
New Tool to Kick ButtsDr. Kristin Higgins and nurse practitioner Ulrike Gorgens talk to us about a new tool that is helping patients beat their smoking habit.Learn More
Collaboration Leads to New Research GrantWinship's Mohammad Khan MD, PhD, and Georgia State University's Charlie Benson, PhD, have teamed up to see how colorectal cancers may benefit from a combination of radiation and immunotherapy.Learn More
If you're a cancer patient, you've come to the right place. At Winship, you'll have access to a multidisciplinary team of experts. Read more about treatments and services offered.
Did you know that Winship Cancer Institute has over 250 active Phase I, II, and III clinical trials? See if a clinical trial is right for you.
What is radiation therapy and how is it used to treat cancer? Drs. Peter Rossi and Karen Godette describe the types of treatments available to patients at Winship.