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Researchers have announced a groundbreaking advance in treating previously inoperable brain tumors. With this new technique, thought to be a tumor monorail of sorts
, researchers can now transport cancer cells using nanotechnology to a new location on the surface of the skull.
Feb. 24, 2014
Safe Kids Georgia, a statewide network led by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta dedicated to preventing unintentional injuries, has announced that LexisNexis® Risk Solutions will be the presenting sponsor of the organization's fifth annual awards breakfast, "Simple Solutions, Safer Communities."
Sep 26, 2013
Aflac, the number one provider of supplemental insurance in the United States, announced today that the company is honoring two heroes in the fight against childhood cancer with their first ever Aflac Duckprints Award. The first awards will be presented to former Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz and Aflac Cancer Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Director Dr. William G. Woods.
Sep 4, 2013
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta once again ranked among the nation's top pediatric hospitals in the U.S.News & World Report’s
2013-14 edition of "Best Children's Hospitals." The report ranks hospitals for excellence in outcomes, program structure and national reputation in 10 pediatric specialty areas.
June 11, 2013
Press On to CURE Childhood Cancer will help fund a new radiation therapy program
at the Aflac Cancer Center of Children ’s Healthcare of Atlanta with a $200,000 donation. This funding will help with construction of the specialty radiation room, named in honor of Patrick Chance, and other aspects of the MIBG service.
June 27, 2012
Yesterday, 13 organizations kicked off Childhood Cancer Awareness month by launching a new initiative to help fight childhood cancer.
Aug. 31, 2011
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is ranked among the nation’s top pediatric hospitals in the U.S.News & World Report’s
2011-12 edition of “Best Children's Hospitals.”
May 1, 2011