A national cancer study is currently being held across the country, and middle Georgians are doing their part to help out.
The American Cancer Society's Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3), is being held at the Cancer Life Center in downtown Macon.
The goal of CPS-3 is to prevent cancer in future generations, by asking participants questions about their lifestyle and habits.
This survey is looking to have 500,000 people across the nation participate between Wednesday and Thursday.
Participants must be between the ages of 30 and 65, and cannot have a prior diagnosis of cancer. The study does require that particpants fill out a survey and have some blood drawn when they arrive at the Cancer Life Center.
The study is free to particpants, but does require them to fill out a survey every two years, and return the survey by mail.
To particpate in the study, you can head to the Cancer Life Center in downtown Macon.
The address is 1014 Forsyth St.
CPS-3 is only a two day study.
Volunteers can show up between 7:00a.m and 12:30p.m. on Wednesday, or 2:00p.m. and 7:30p.m. on Thursday.