Families want to see more money spent on childhood cancer research

Collin Morgan, 11, has a rare form of sarcoma called epithelioid sarcoma. There has been very little research into his condition, meaning chemotherapy and radiation therapy are the only two treatment options available.

Collin’s mom, Myra, and Dr. Colleen McDonough, a pediatric hematologist and oncologist at the Georgia Cancer Center, talked with Fox 54’s Kelsey Walker about why there is a lack of money available to study the different types of cancers affecting pediatric patients.

WFXG: Special Report: Families strive for more pediatric cancer research funds

July 27, 2017

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Chris Curry is the Communications Coordinator for the Georgia Cancer Center at Augusta University. Contact him to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-799-8841 or chrcurry@augusta.edu.

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