The Role of the Genetic Counselor

LEXINGTON If the first image that comes to mind when you hear the term genetic counselor is a person who

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3D Times Three

When used in relation to cancer, words like “spreading,” “expanding,” and “aggressive” are generally negative. There are exceptions, however. One

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Hope Scarves Donates $50,000 to James Graham Brown Cancer Center

LOUISVILLE Hope Scarves, which provides scarves and stories of hope to women facing cancer, donated $50,000 to the James Graham

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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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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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A Transformative Moment in Cancer Care

LOUISVILLE The James Graham Brown Cancer Center has a long and successful history in Louisville and the region. According to

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A New Dimension

NEW ALBANY, in With one in eight women having a chance of developing breast cancer in their lifetime, Floyd Memorial

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Preservation and Precision

OWENSBORO For Christopher Glaser, MD, FACS, general surgeon with Owensboro Health’s One Health Surgical Specialists the decision to become a

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More Than Skin Deep

LEXINGTON Self image, like chronic pain, is felt, not seen. Poor self image and low self esteem that are debilitating

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