Georgia's Online Cancer Information Center

Georgia's Online Cancer Information Center

TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation celebrates 20 years, executive director reflects on impacts

TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, is marking 20 years of providing essential survivorship services designed to enhance the quality of life for breast cancer patients of all backgrounds, including men, facing a myriad of challenges in their respective journeys to a full recovery.


Cancer Survivors Honored During National Cancer Survivors Month

WNEG News sat down with Angie Caton, Assistant Nurse Manager with Northeast Georgia Medical Center Cancer Services to talk about the month-long recognition and the work of Georgia CORE and GC3 to support Georgia's survivors.


Georgia CORE is expanding our team

Georgia CORE is looking to fill the position of a part-time Chief Medical Officer.


Georgia CORE awards Cancer Research Fund grant to two teams

Georgia CORE has awarded two teams a Collaborative Cancer Research Seed Grant from the Georgia Cancer Research Fund.


State of Georgia commends East Georgia Healthcare Center for its commitment to Colorectal Cancer Screening

EGHC joins Georgia CORE and partners in urging Southeast Georgians to “Stay ahead of Colon Cancer”


Georgia CORE presents Matt Mumber and Phillip Street awards

Debbie Bickes of Northside Hospital Cancer Institute won the Matthew Mumber MD Award for Excellence in Cancer Patient Navigation, and BRIDGE Community has been awarded the Phillip H. Street Cancer Community Service Award.


Alabama embryo ruling may have devastating effect on cancer patients

Cancer patients concerned about their fertility and oncologists are expressing shock and anxiety about the recent ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court that frozen embryos are considered children under the law.


Georgia CORE to support new trials network

An Emory-led, LLS-funded cancer clinical trials network will increase access for blood cancer patients across the state.


Clinical Trials, Doctors & Cancer Centers

FDA approves self-collection screening for virus that causes cervical cancer

FDA has moved to expand screening for potentially lethal cervical cancer by allowing women to collect test samples themselves.


Why Are Women Who Never Smoked Getting Lung Cancer?

Why are women much more likely than men to get lung cancer if they never smoked?


NCI Community Oncology Research Program
Georgia Cancer Control Consortium