At 25, Mercy Kehinde-Ige is the youngest recipient of this year’s Paceline grants. The graduate student is researching ways to boost T-cell metabolism to help them fight tumors longer.
Holding a conference to shine a spotlight on a rare blood disorder foundation was a dream of its founder who died in 2019.
Dr. Jennifer Allen became certified as a menopause practitioner from the North American Menopause Society — one of only four in Augusta and the surrounding area.
In 1970, Dr. Joseph Hobbs was one of just seven African American students accepted to the Medical College of Georgia, where he graduated in 1974. He spent 45 years at MCG and Augusta University before retiring in 2020. He will be honored Sept. 8.
Nugget and Casey are golden retriever therapy dogs at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
A common symptom led to a cancer diagnosis for Janice Daniels in 2015. September is ovarian cancer awareness month.
A hydroponic garden will provide between 400 and 900 pounds of healthy produce each year.
The SRP Park Health Fair will be held during the Aug. 30 Augusta GreenJackets game against the Salem Red Sox.
Aiken Technical College’s Emergency Medical Services Paramedic program has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
Forearm pain led to a cancer diagnosis, but an Aquinas High School student is back on track after chemotherapy and surgery to remove his ulna and replace with a cadaver bone.