Winship Magazine | Fall 2014

Winship Magazine Fall 2014

Katie Groover was diagnosed with an aggressive form of multiple myeloma three years ago. She made up her mind about enrolling in a clinical trial at Winship Cancer Institute before she ever walked out of her doctor’s office.

When Katie Groover volunteered to be in a clinical trial, a team of doctors, 
nurses and researchers stood behind her every step of the way. Read more >

Table of Contents

From the Executive Director

5 Questions for Walter J. Curran, Jr.


Stepping up for science 
Patients who volunteer for clinical trials help advance treatment possibilities for all cancer patients, now and in the future.

Faces of hope
From firefighting to tennis, patients and their doctors share what it means to get back into the swing of life.

Every cancer is personal
Lung cancers are not all the same. With genomic screening and discoveries in tumor mutations, Winship is developing more precise, individualized treatments.

Finding answers in the freezer
A Winship team set out to building a better breast tissue bank for research. Today, that tissue bank is a reality.

Winship in the News

Winship by the numbers 

3D Mammography Services Offered 

Emory Proton Therapy Center Update 

Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University is one of the top 25 cancer programs in the nation

Torres Wins Komen Grant 

Winship Website Unveiled

Rein Saral Retires

New Winship Leadership Positions

Long journey, strong bonds


Focus on Philanthropy 
Gifts to Winship help support research that advances the fight against cancer.

We have some great Friends! 

Big Win at the Winship Win the Fight 5K

About the Magazine

Winship Magazine is published by Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, a component of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center of Emory University.