At the Georgia Cancer Center, we want to reduce the burden of cancer in the State
of Georgia and across the globe through superior care, innovation, and education.
Because of the major investment in basic science research and clinical care by Augusta
University, Augusta University Health and Medical College of Georgia leadership, we
have fertile ground to produce the next big advancement in cancer research and clinical
Georgia Cancer Center Research Team
A group of oncologists from across the world, including Dr. Zach Klaassen of the Georgia Cancer Center, came together to develop guidelines for patients diagnosed with prostate, testicular and other genitourinary cancers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A portion of Cushing Lane will close for several months during renovations to the annex of the Georgia Radiation Therapy Center.
Women who don’t survive this rare and aggressive uterine cancer have high expression of a group of 73 genes, a score scientists say can help identify these women and improve their outcome.
Augusta University’s College of Nursing is deeply invested in helping with the response to the COVID-19 pandemic in our community, which includes the work of our students.
Reducing the Burden
The Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University is dedicated to reducing the burden
of cancer in Georgia and across the globe through superior care, innovation, and education.
Through unprecedented expansion, the Georgia Cancer Center is providing access to
more first-in-the-nation clinical trials, world-renowned experts and life-saving options.