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Georgia CORE awards Collaborative Cancer Research Seed Grant, outstanding interns, and more

May 2, 2022

Just in time for Cancer Research Month, Georgia CORE has awarded a $100,000 Collaborative Cancer Research Seed Grant from the Georgia Cancer Research Fund.

Dr. Ramalingam testifies in front of General Assembly

Mar 30, 2022

Learn more about Dr. Ram's testimony, updates on the GCRCCP program, and more.

Thriving after Stage 4 Colon Cancer

Mar 15, 2022

For colorectal cancer awareness month, Georgia CORE President & CEO Lynn Durham sat down with Kelly Wiedower of Watkinsville, Georgia. Kelly is a 20-year survivor of stage 4 colon cancer and is also a wife, mother, and a family nurse practitioner at a federally qualified health center.

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Mar 3, 2022

Wear blue for CRC awareness, join GACCAN and more.

It's World Cancer Day, Legislative shout out for Georgia CORE, and more

Feb 4, 2022

It's also Cancer Prevention Month. Check out this quick guide on what cancers you can screen for and when.

It's tax time! And time to grant funds donated in 2021!

Jan 6, 2022

Thanks to hundreds of thousands of Georgia income tax filers, donations in 2021 to the Cancer Research Fund will support new cancer research efforts in the coming year.

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Georgia CORE awards Collaborative Cancer Research Seed Grant

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.

5/02/2022

Research Trials Saves Lives

Lynn Durham shares her cancer journey on the podcast, Kickin' it Forward.

3/14/2022

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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.