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[Source: TGen] - The 2010 Golf Atlanta charity golf tournament raised $105,000 in its first year to benefit research aimed at finding better treatments and eventually a cure for pancreatic cancer.
2010 Golf Atlanta drew 124 players Oct. 15, 2010, to the Crabapple Golf Club in Alpharetta, Ga., just north of Atlanta.
Proceeds support the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), a non-profit biomedical research facility in Phoenix, Ariz., working to find new agents to prevent, treat and eventually cure pancreatic cancer.
For more information: Golf Atlanta charity tournament raises $105,000 for TGen research
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