Georgia Research Alliance and Georgia Cancer Coalition merge

January 24, 2012 at 4:12 pm Leave a comment

The Georgia Research Alliance Board of Trustee has voted to bring the Georgia Cancer Coalition(GCC)  under the GRA umbrella through a merger agreement.  The merger is part of a larger effort to align Georgia’s economic development assets.  Since its launch in 2001, GCC has sparked new discovery through its Distinguished Cancer Clinicians and Scientists; promoted cancer prevention and education through six regional cancer coalitions; coordinated the development of a statewide tissue and tumor bank; and expanded access to clinical trials through it partner organization, Georgia CORE.  For more on the history of GCC, follow this link.

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