The bedrock value of Winship Cancer Institute is compassion. It only makes sense that it all began with a love story – one that has spanned generations and led to the remarkable advances Winship is leading today. Read more >
75 years of caring
Winship Cancer Institute started with a love story. It is a story full of love for a woman named Emily Winship Woodruff and her family—and compassion and concern for all Georgians with cancer.
Winship Continues to Serve and Grow
After several decades of providing first-rate cancer care, Winship received an infusion of energy and resources in the late 1990s that, once again, had the hand and heart of Robert W. Woodruff in it.
Teamwork by the dozens
The head and neck cancer program takes teamwork to an entirely new level, hitting one of Georgia’s most prevalent cancers.
To survive and to thrive
Survivorship means adapting to a new normal. Winship is there to help survivors stay well.
Targeting a mean mutation
Good guys are focusing on the bad guys in lung cancer.
Gift from the heart
When Melanie Seymore married after treatment, she knew just what she wanted for wedding gifts — donations to Winship.
Making the right choice
Research ethicist, Rebecca Pentz
▪ Get set, register, and raise money for the Winship Win the Fight 5K!
▪ Winship earns re-designation as National Cancer Institute cancer center
▪ Winship Gala raises $600,000 for cancer research
▪ Patient Assistance Fund helps those with financial need
Winship Magazine is published by Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, a component of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center of Emory University.