20 Years

Todd and Sarah Wilson have been married now for 20 years, but that is not the only anniversary they are celebrating this year.  This year is also Sarah’s 20th year of remission.  In May of 1999, in the midst of planning their wedding, Sarah began having symptoms that she recognized…

Posted March 1, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

Bike ride aims to raise funds for Georgia Cancer Center

By Damon Cline Posted Feb 9, 2019 at 8:09 PM Updated Feb 9, 2019 at 8:09 PM Link to full Augusta Chronicle here. The founders of Paceline Ride searched high and low to find someone to launch its inaugural bike-ride fundraiser this spring. As they winnowed their way through a long list of national candidates, it seemed all roads from Augusta were…

Posted February 12, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

Community on Wheels

As a semi-retired school principal, when Dr. Ken Sherman is not teaching at the University of Georgia, he spends his time either riding his bike or planning bike rides for philanthropic causes.  When asked how long he has been a rider, Ken simply responds “all my life.”  From pedaling around…

Posted February 8, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

Strong and Crazy

With the finish line on the horizon, Shagofa Woelzlein and her husband, Mark, sit with Dr. Ghamande as he shares the his 2-part plan: getting to remission and staying in remission.  Excitement and gratitude flood Shagofa and Mark, as Dr. Ghamande’s words catalyze an unbreakably contagious smile across their faces.…

Posted February 7, 2019 by Ellice Whatley

Open Market

In a laboratory that looks like a magnified version of what you may have seen in high school or college, Dr. Ali Syed Arbab works diligently alongside his team of researchers to find solutions to a very aggressive cancer: glioblastoma.   A very devastating brain tumor that is difficult to treat,…

Posted February 7, 2019 by Ellice Whatley