Winship Magazine | Summer 2013

Winship Magazine Summer 2013

Ned Waller (center) directs Winship’s Bone Marrow Transplant team, which this year expects to reach a milestone of 4,000 transplants performed. Other members of the BMT team include clinician and researcher Martha Arellano (left) and Amelia Langston, BMT medical director.

The team at Georgia’s largest, most diversified program for bone marrow transplant takes on the full range of cancer cases, turning despair to hope. Read more >


Winship Magazine

Summer 2013

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From the Executive Director


The power of the proton beam
Georgia cancer patients will have access to new clinical trials at a proton beam therapy center being constructed in Midtown.

Bringers of hope
The bone marrow transplant team is turning despair over some of the most complex cancer cases into real hope.

The early catch
Neil Gaines was enjoying the happiest time of his life when melanoma struck.

Generation Next
A new cancer biology graduate program immerses students at an early stage of their education. 


Spotlight on the breast cancer
The Glenn Family Breast Center is created with generous gifts.

Winship Roundup

Kudos to Khuri and team for Rosenthal award
Budget cuts could hurt medical research for years
new guidelines for patients with low white blood cell counts
Latest news on prostate screening from the American Urological Association
Findings on chemoprevention provide hope
Winship Welcomes Prostate Cancer Expert
Winship leaders key in new cooperative group
Study shows benefit with higher dose of drug to treat lung cancer 
Let the sun shine in
Win the Fight 5K counting on team spirit

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