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Aflac donated $3 million to sponsor the Aflac Cancer & Blood Disorders Center at what is now known as Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. To date, Aflac has donated more than $118 million to this cause—and we aren’t stopping until we find a cure.
KEYWORDS: Health & Healthcare, Chronic Illness, Aflac, childhood cancer
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