Georgia's Online Cancer Information Center

Georgia's Online Cancer Information Center

Column: Cancer trials can benefit minorities, rural areas

By Sharad Ghamande, M.D. Guest Columnist, Augusta Chronicle

Clinical Trials, Doctors & Cancer Centers 7/29/2019

Nancy Paris talks up Georgia CORE in Metro Atlanta CEO

Metro Atlanta CEO, the leading publication focusing exclusively on business issues in Atlanta, asked Nancy to talk about Georgia CORE's history and mission.

About Us 5/15/2019

2019 Request for Proposal has been released!

Awards of up to $50,000 will be made for Treatment Service Projects and for Education, Prevention and Screening Services Projects.

Screening & Genetics 7/22/2019

Georgia NCORP Gets National Recognition

The National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program Platinum Certificate of Excellence was awarded to Georgia NCORP for exceptional achievement in patient enrollments in treatment and cancer control trials...

Media, News & Events 7/01/2019

Oncology Care Model Conference

In August 2018, care providers, administrators and national experts hashed out the status and impact of OCM at a one-day event in Atlanta. Georgia CORE hosted the event in partnership with the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) and the Georgia Society of Clinical Oncology, and Pfizer Oncology sponsored it.

Media, News & Events 7/01/2019

Three nonprofits partner to fund new breast cancer research

It’s The Journey, A Cure In Our Lifetime Atlanta, and Georgia CORE are collaborating to strengthen breast cancer research in Georgia through their 2019 Breast Cancer Research Partnership Award.

Media, News & Events 7/01/2019

Where do our tobacco settlement dollars go?

Twenty years ago, Georgia and 45 other states reached an agreement with tobacco companies that settled all future claims against the firms about smoking. A major goal of the pact was to reduce cigarette smoking in the nation.

Media, News & Events 7/01/2019

Georgia CORE recently published a policy briefing on Georgia’s tobacco settlement funds. Take a look at it here.

Of the more than $3 billion that has been allocated to Georgia to date, less than 10 percent has been directed to cancer prevention and treatment in recent years.

Resources & Education 5/17/2019

Georgia Cancer Control Consortium (GC3) hosts cancer advocacy breakfast

On February 7, more than 65 legislators, legislative aides, state officials, and oncology experts, survivors and advocates gathered for the first Cancer Advocacy Breakfast hosted by the Georgia Cancer Control Consortium (GC3) and produced by Georgia CORE.

About Us 5/20/2019

Report: Georgia Ranks 47th Nationwide For Smoking Prevention, Cessation Efforts

Tobacco use is the No. 1 preventable cause of death in the United States, and while e-cigarettes are marketed as tools to help smokers quit, public health advocates fear they may be getting a new generation hooked.

Media, News & Events 7/01/2019

Susan G. Komen Program Continues Financial Assistance for Breast Cancer Treatment

Susan G. Komen®Greater Atlanta plans to continue to help area residents dealing with breast cancer diagnosis. The Komen Atlanta Treatment Assistance Program (ATAP) will provide financial assistance for local patients dealing with the crippling costs associated with breast cancer treatment, program officials announced.

Media, News & Events 7/08/2019

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