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Where Science Becomes Hope®

As Georgia's NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, we are at the forefront of cancer innovation and discovery. Our research is improving how cancer is prevented, detected, diagnosed, treated and survived, and providing hope for families affected by cancer.

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Feeling Safe Makes a Difference

Everyone is so committed to what they’re doing and they’re so passionate about it, that it leaves me feeling safe.

Marsha, an ovarian cancer survivor
Marsha, ovarian cancer survivor

I try to provide every single patient with the type of cancer care I would want for a member of my family.

Susan Modesitt, MD

Individualized Approach

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Research-Based Advancements

Clinical trials are imperative to move the field forward as today’s clinical trials become the standard care of the future.

Susan Modesitt, MD

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Our doctors and care teams are experts in treating your specific type of cancer.

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At Winship, you have access to clinical trials for virtually every type of cancer.

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Our care is offered at 8 convenient Emory Healthcare locations in the Atlanta area.

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Advanced, Comprehensive Care We're Here For You

At Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, we understand that cancer is a burden on patients and their loved ones. We want to ease that burden as much as possible. If you have been diagnosed with cancer, we are here to support you at every step.

Personalized Cancer Care

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At Winship, our care teams collaborate across disciplines to provide you with the most advanced cancer care tailored to your needs, preferences and specific type of cancer.

Support When You Need It

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Cancer and its treatment can have lasting effects on your physical, emotional, spiritual and overall health. Our support services are designed to help you from your first treatment to beyond your last.

New Cancer Therapies

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As the only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in Georgia, we offer access to new and ground-breaking cancer therapies before they are widely available.

Cancer care designed around you. And your life.

Winship Cancer Institute at Emory Midtown is designed to deliver a unique model of cancer care that places patients at the center of specialized care communities bridging outpatient and inpatient care and integrating groundbreaking research into preventions and treatments.

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I loved, loved my team, my medical oncologist, my radiation oncologist, the nurses. I got to know everyone, the receptionist, everybody. It was a good team.

Brandi, a lung cancer survivor

Once I actually came in, the experience and compassion were evident from the very beginning.

Trina, a head and neck cancer survivor

News at Winship

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Winship’s cancer care at Emory University Hospital ranks among top 10% in U.S

U.S. News and World Report’s lists Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University at Emory University Hospital as among the most “high performing” 10% of hospitals providing cancer care nationwide —and as number one in Georgia and metro Atlanta.

AI-based tool promises improved treatment for patients with DCIS of the breast

Winship led study reveals a new AI-based computational pathology tool designed to better manage treatment for patients with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), a form of pre-invasive breast cancer.

Winship physicians selected as Atlanta's top doctors

Winship physicians are among the 495 Emory Healthcare doctors recognized in Atlanta magazine’s annual roster of the city's best doctors.

Bruner contributes to new ASCO guideline on cancer-related fatigue

Winship researcher Deborah Watkins Bruner, RN, PhD, FAAN, played a key role in the update of ASCO's guideline on the Management of Fatigue in Adult Survivors of Cancer, providing clinicians with evidence-based recommendations to manage cancer-related fatigue effectively and enhance the overall well-being of cancer survivors.

News at Winship

Newsroom

Winship’s cancer care at Emory University Hospital ranks among top 10% in U.S

U.S. News and World Report’s lists Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University at Emory University Hospital as among the most “high performing” 10% of hospitals providing cancer care nationwide —and as number one in Georgia and metro Atlanta.

AI-based tool promises improved treatment for patients with DCIS of the breast

Winship led study reveals a new AI-based computational pathology tool designed to better manage treatment for patients with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), a form of pre-invasive breast cancer.

Winship physicians selected as Atlanta's top doctors

Winship physicians are among the 495 Emory Healthcare doctors recognized in Atlanta magazine’s annual roster of the city's best doctors.

Bruner contributes to new ASCO guideline on cancer-related fatigue

Winship researcher Deborah Watkins Bruner, RN, PhD, FAAN, played a key role in the update of ASCO's guideline on the Management of Fatigue in Adult Survivors of Cancer, providing clinicians with evidence-based recommendations to manage cancer-related fatigue effectively and enhance the overall well-being of cancer survivors.