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Georgia's new "fight cancer" license plates are here!
Learn how you can help thousands of Georgians prevent
or fight cancer simply by changing your license plate.
Proceeds from the sale of the plates support education,
screenings and treatment for Georgians in need.
Save the Date!
February 18, 2023
for Georgia CORE's 20th Anniversary Celebration
at the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead.
Special guests, event details and more information
to be announced. Stay tuned!
Georgia CORE will spend time this month pushing the new "Fight Cancer" specialty license plate as funds from the sales of the plate will go to, among other things, free prostate cancer screening for under-resourced Georgians. Buy your plate today!
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Cancer survivors face the financial burdens of treatment long after recovery.
Georgia Tech's Ankur Singh and Emory's Jean Koff want to understand what's happening at the biomolecular to create cancer disparities.
Read on to find out if you know someone eligible for either of these awards. Nominations are due by Oct. 21.
Nine outpatient oncology group practices have achieved certification through the new ASCO Patient-Centered Cancer Care Certification pilot, including one in Georgia.
Northside joins a growing network of leading cancer centers across the globe that collaborate to advance precision oncology and biomarker-driven research.
COVID-19 was the third leading cause of death in the United States between March 2020 and October 2021, according to an analysis of national death certificate data by researchers at the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health. The study appears July 5 in JAMA Internal Medicine.
On May 9, Georgia’s Distinguished Cancer Scholars gathered for the first time since the program was discontinued more than a decade ago.
Just in time for Cancer Research Month, Georgia CORE has awarded a Collaborative Cancer Research Seed Grant for $100,000 from the Georgia Cancer Research Fund.
Lynn Durham shares her cancer journey on the podcast, Kickin' it Forward.
On Sept. 12, President Biden gave a speech at the Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston, outlining the progress on his own self-described moonshot: ending cancer.
Given annually by the board, the award will recognize an individual or partnership that has contributed exceptional service to Georgia’s cancer community.
Whatever obstacles the patient faces, "I am basically the connection between that individual and receiving that care," Margarette Osias, a patient navigator for the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition says.
The research being conducted by the four selected teams includes investigation of 1) a muscle-wasting condition in cancer patients known as cachexia, 2) the biology of extrachromosomal DNA in cancer 3) new therapies for solid tumors in children, and 4) what triggers normal cells harboring cancer-causing mutations to become tumor cells.
Advancing Cancer Care through Partnerships and Innovation
Georgia CORE is a statewide nonprofit that leverages partnerships and innovation to attract more clinical trials, increase research, and promote education and early detection to improve cancer care for Georgians in rural, urban, and suburban communities across the state.