Flynn’s All In

“The guiding principle in building the new facility was to put the patient’s needs squarely in the center of the

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Fighting Cancer with Food

LEXINGTON Betty Simms, MAEd, RD, LD, outpatient oncology dietitian with Baptist Health Lexington, graduated from the University of Kentucky with

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Early Detection and Straight Talk

NEW ALBANY, IN. David Dresner, MD, gastroenterologist with Gastroenterology Health Partners in New Albany, Indiana, speaks to his patients in

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Power Up!

LOUISVILLE Jessica Hata, MD, says she feels like a detective. A pathologist for Norton Healthcare in Louisville, Hata breaks the

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Combining Cutting-Edge Care and Convenience

BARDSTOWN According to the American Cancer Society, there will be nearly 26,000 new cancer cases in Kentucky in 2018. Many

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Chemotherapy and Hearing Loss

It has long been known that the chemotherapy drugs and radiation needed for the treatment of cancer can damage one’s

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Hope Scarves’ Colors of Courage Touching Women Around the World

LOUISVILLE At “Colors of Courage,” the annual fundraising event for the Louisville based non-profit Hope Scarves, Jason Chesney, MD, PhD,

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Empathy and Expertise in Palliative Care

LEXINGTON Dana Johnson, MD, works at KentuckyOne Health Hematology and Oncology Associates in the palliative care/medical oncology clinic. He grew

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Life Hacks to Handle Difficult People

Publisher’s note: This is part 2. Part 1 ran in MDU #116 You Can Be Right and Happy How can

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