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Campaign to create 'squeaky wheels' for Georgia public health services

...state's current budget, funding for the Division of Public Health is nearly 6 percent smaller than the previous year.Russ Toal, a former commissioner of community health and now an associate professor at Georgia Southern University, said Gov...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2010-07-28/campaign-create-squeaky-whee
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...by then-Gov. Roy Barnes - to create a strategic plan for the coalition. In September, former coalition president Russ Toal, who had been president since May 2001, said he was leaving to pursue other job opportunities. Mr. Barnes pegged the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/12/17/met_392535.shtml
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Cancer coalition official resigns

...proposed regional cancer networks, such as the joint Athens-Augusta program and the one centered around Savannah. Russ Toal, who had been tapped by then-Gov. Roy Barnes to lead the Georgia Cancer Coalition after it was formed in 2000, resigned...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/09/27/met_391699.shtml
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Cancer network needs work

...be wrapped up by the end of October, though, and area cancer patients could see new services this fiscal year, said Russ Toal, the president of the coalition. Mr. Toal met with members of the East Georgia Cancer Network, which includes the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/08/13/met_384115.shtml
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Cancer funding goes on hold

...assumed their budgets and programs would start on July 1," Russ Toal, the president of the Georgia Cancer Coalition, said...until we know how many designations we've got." - Russ Toal, the president of the Georgia Cancer Coalition

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/08/09/met_383600.shtml
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Augusta group submits bid for cancer program

...begun by former Gov. Roy Barnes opened last month at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. Coalition Executive Director Russ Toal has said he expects several cities to apply to join Atlanta as a cancer center, but Ms. Paris said only the Augusta...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/04/01/met_474871.shtml
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MCG readies center application

...Stern said. The funding for the cancer coalition is still unclear, but officials are working on it, Coalition President Russ Toal said. That hasn't stopped the applications from going out: Mr. Toal said he expects nine proposals for Regional Programs...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/03/16/tec_369144.shtml
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Group presents case to officials

...applications to be named a Regional Program of Excellence will come March 28 and will be judged by an external expert review panel. The first round of designations will be announced in May, Georgia Cancer Coalition President Russ Toal said.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/02/21/met_376369.shtml
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Cheeks turns to GOP, evens Senate's rolls

...independent cancer experts, who will evaluate applications that include community and facility ratings, Coalition President Russ Toal said. "The designation process isn't a political one," Mr. Toal said, and the coalition's board will review...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/09/met_357526.shtml
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Experts predict survival of effort

...Sonny Perdue, the cancer crusade will continue, local health care providers and politicians said. Coalition President Russ Toal told a meeting of cancer doctors Wednesday night that he expected the program to survive Mr. Barnes, said Stephen Peiper...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/08/met_357269.shtml
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