Building Bridges to Cancer Care

LOUISVILLE As the face of medicine changes, so too does the culture of collaboration. No one physician, practice, or medical

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Like Being the Pope for Doctors

LEXINGTON Speaking to the Lexington Medical Society (LMS) on September 8, 2015, AMA President Steven J. Stack, MD, listed three

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Top Five Regrets of the Dying

LOUISVILLE Bronnie Ware’s book The Top Five Regrets of the Dying – A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing is

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Q&A with 2015 KMA President

MD-UPDATE: Tell us about yourself and your professional background. MILLER: I had a circuitous background before I came into medicine.

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Killing It Softly

LEXINGTON “It’s like using a scalpel instead of a machete.” We are used to seeing medical breakthroughs make a major

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Increasing Precision, Decreasing Treatment Times

LOUISVILLE Nearly two-thirds of all cancer patients will receive radiation therapy during their illnesses1, and the Baptist Health Louisville Radiation

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Meeting the Challenge of Cancer

The MD-UPDATE oncology issue is always challenging because there are so many stories to tell about Kentucky physicians and their

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Mammography Is Not Black and White

LEXINGTON Almost everyone has been touched by the diagnosis of breast cancer in a loved one. The potentially devastating results

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Kentucky’s Informed Consent Law

A new opinion by the Kentucky Supreme Court has altered the application of informed consent in medical malpractice lawsuits in

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