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White Ribbon Project raises awareness of lung cancer all year long

Nov 17, 2021

Read about recent White Ribbon Projects and other lung cancer awareness events in Georgia.

Board Member Dr. McCune sharing new treatment for lung cancer

Nov 9, 2021

Learn about a new lung cancer treatment getting notice in north Georgia, lung screening programs available and more.

This month's CORE Feature is our own breast cancer care hero

Oct 28, 2021

Before Breast Cancer Awareness Month is over, we had to brag on Dr. Sheryl Gabram-Mendola.

Georgia CORE loses a friend, BCLT program saves a life and more

Oct 20, 2021

What better time than Breast Cancer Awareness Month to buy a Georgia specialty Breast Cancer license tag, and share how to with a friend?

Meet our newest team member, Sonia

Oct 7, 2021

Georgia CORE completes its leadership team with the hiring of Sonia Bell.

New COVID and cancer guidelines, survivorship webinar and more

Sep 30, 2021

NCCN releases guidelines; CPNG is hosting a webinar for how to care for cancer patients transitioning from adolescence to adulthood; and more.

Welcome to the Georgia CORE team, Cindy!

Sep 16, 2021

Georgia CORE hires its newest team member.

Thank you, AFLAC!

Sep 3, 2021

AFLAC has granted Georgia CORE 10,000 for the new license plate promotion; read about the September awareness cancers; and more.

Meet our fabulous summer interns!

Jul 29, 2021

Summer interns have been a major help at Georgia CORE this summer as we're ramping up with new leadership and developing our areas of expertise. We're also hiring.

Today is National GBM Awareness Day; meet Julia, a brain tumor survivor

Jul 21, 2021

For GBM Awareness Day, we introduce you to our very own Julia Veitinger. Julia is a public health student and interning here at Georgia CORE this summer. Julia also happens to be a survivor of a brain cancer tumor, having gotten diagnosed at age 21. Hear her story, in her Voice.

New tags are here!

Jul 12, 2021

Georgia CORE says farewell to Alice Kerber.

Tony Sundermeier: Hardest lesson was when things didn’t go according to my plan

Jun 29, 2021

Read about a survivor's emotional struggle and spiritual growth.

Two more Voices, ways to meet survivors' physical needs and more

Jun 22, 2021

Read news coverage of Lynn's recent presentations to local Rotaries.

Our CORE Feature: Read in his voice cancer survivor Vern Hakes' appreciation for his caregiver

Jun 15, 2021

June is National Cancer Survivorship month. Read how we're celebrating our survivors and please share this newsletter.

Our CORE Feature: Meet survivor Stephanie, check out our new Georgia Trend ad and more

Jun 8, 2021

Please read how we are celebrating National Cancer Survivorship month.

Announcing National Cancer Survivorship Month

Jun 1, 2021

And Georgia CORE is hiring!

Our CORE Feature: Learn more about Board member "Dr. Ram"

May 24, 2021

We knew that Dr. Ram’s expertise and history of outreach with colleagues throughout the state would make him a perfect fit when we were looking to fill a seat on the Board of Directors.

As part of the new Our CORE Feature series, meet Board member Steven McLaughlin

Apr 28, 2021

Our CORE Feature will highlight our fantastic volunteers, partners and other people that make Georgia CORE what it is.

New hire, new team come together

Apr 16, 2021

Georgia CORE is gleaning from the past and gearing up from the future.

This is no April Fool's joke!

Apr 1, 2021

In the wee last hours of the General Assembly, Georgia CORE's main priorities of a budget restoration and new cancer awareness tags were approved.

Despite pandemic, Georgia’s Colorectal Cancer Control Program making significant strides

Mar 23, 2021

Thanks to funding awarded by the Centers for Disease Control for five-years that began July 2020, Georgia CORE and Augusta University are partners in the Georgia Colorectal Cancer Control Program, which is increasing CRC screenings in southeast and southwest Georgia. The program is part of the CDC's national SreenOutCancer initiative. For Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, here's an update of the program's progress.

National Cancer Prevention Month is also Black History Month

Feb 19, 2021

Read on to learn how Komen is lifting up both black history and cancer prevention.

It's tax time! Donate to cancer research in Georgia while doing your taxes.

Feb 11, 2021

Read on to learn how easily you can contribute as little as $1 to cancer research in Georgia.

World Cancer Day and new screening site reveal

Feb 4, 2021

It's World Cancer Day, and we reveal the new and improved breast and ovarian cancer screening tool. Also, Dr. Fred Schnell remembers Dr. Joe Simone.

A word from our new president

Jan 27, 2021

Read on to learn about Lynn's priorities.

New year, new team!

Jan 13, 2021

Meet the new team members, access new survivorship materials, and more!

Angie Patterson, Georgia CORE VP, says farewell

Dec 22, 2020

"There are so many emotions about leaving Georgia CORE, which has been my home away from home. It has been a joy and honor to work here."

Georgia Tech's Dr. Lynn Durham named President & CEO of Georgia CORE

Dec 7, 2020

Dr. Durham, currently Georgia Tech’s Vice President for Institute Relations replaces Nancy M. Paris, who headed up the nonprofit since its inception and announced her retirement earlier this year.

Media, News & Events

Greetings of gratitude from our president and CEO

Lynn gives a message of thanks and a glimpse into what's to come in 2022.

11/18/2021

Cancer Center opens in Braselton

“This new collaborative space puts our patients’ needs front and center by providing a more cohesive environment with access to both medical oncology/hematology and radiation oncology services within steps of each other,” says Charles Nash III, MD, FACP, medical director of NGMC’s Cancer Services and medical oncologist with Longstreet Clinic (and Georgia CORE Board member).

6/29/2021

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