Diane Redington is the founder, heart, and soul of The GCS Project. We would not be doing this work without her grit, drive, and optimism. Fortunately, The GCS Project team is not the only organization to recognize her singular contributions to date.
The GCS Project founder, Diane Redington, was posthumously recognized as a Distinguished Alumna at Peoria High School on October 6, 2018, for her career accomplishments and generous service to others. Diane’s husband, Roy Buchta and son Matt accepted the award.
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Our sister never–not for a minute–lost hope. March marks the third anniversary we remember our sister, Diane Redington, who lost her courageous three-year battle to gynecologic carcinosarcoma (GCS/MMMT) on March… Read More »
Dr. Arend, an assistant professor and senior scientist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has received funding from 2 drug companies – Bristol Meyers Squib and Exelixis to perform… Read More »