Samir N. Khleif, M.D.


Guest Column: Full mission of GRU's Cancer Center falls under many...

 

Over the past two years, much has been made of the GRU Cancer Center’s quest to become one of the National Cancer Institute’s... Read more

Column: GRU Cancer Center is making strides

 

Since joining the Georgia Regents University Cancer Center a little over a year ago, my goal has been to build on current strengths... Read more

Column: HPV vaccines provide a new hope for cancer

 

A vaccine that prevents cancer seemed more like science fiction than science a mere generation ago, but today, it’s a reality for... Read more

Guest Column: GHSU cancer trials ongoing, encouraging

 

Overall cancer death rates have steadily declined over the past 20 years, according to the National Cancer Institute’s March 2012... Read more

Guest Column: Tobacco use hits many close to home

 

Smoking hits close to home for most Georgians. About one in five adults, one in four teens and one in nine tweens in the state are... Read more

Column: Think pink: Your frequent breast cancer questions, answered

They’re the questions that come into our minds after midnight, when we’re trying to go to sleep. The ones that cause us to wonder – and worry. The... Read more

Guest Column: Know benefits, risks of prostate cancer testing

 

In May, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent group of national experts that provides evidence-based... Read more

Guest Column: Multidiscipline cancer care raises quality

 

Cancer affects every single aspect of a person’s life: How will I look to myself and to others? How will I feel? How will I cope?... Read more