University of Georgia researchers could be less than three years away from producing a vaccine for cancer. Right here in Middle Georgia, our own specialists are making medical history in the field of oncology.
They've completed two breast cancer prevention trials, one of which, led to the FDA approval of the drug Roloxaphin. A medical oncologist with the Georgia Cancer Specialists in Macon, Dr. Cheryl Jones, says if more patients are willing to participate in trials, more people are likely to live cancer free.
One of Jones' patients, Christine Dwight, remembers when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Management of Terminal Station could be changing hands soon. New Town Macon revitalized the look of the downtown building, but some city leaders say more can be done to bring in business to the facility.