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Georgia Cancer Registry
The Georgia Comprehensive Cancer Registry (GCCR) is a statewide population-based cancer registry collecting all cancer cases diagnosed among Georgia residents since January 1, 1995. This information furthers our understanding of cancer and is used to develop strategies and policies for prevention, control, and treatment. The availability of this data at the state level allows health researchers to analyze geographic, racial and other differences that provide clues that point to risk factors. This data also helps in determining where early detection, educational, or other programs should be directed.
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