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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Events – Sep 2018

Kentucky Medical Association Holds Annual Meeting LOUISVILLE The KMA Annual Meeting was held August 24–26, 2018 at the Marriott East

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Gynecologic Oncologist Promotes Broader Use of Robotic Surgery

LOUISVILLE Daniel S. Metzinger, MD, associate professor at the U of L School of Medicine, and gynecologic oncologist at University

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Norton Gastroenterologist Reports Colon Cancer Rising in Younger Patients

LOUISVILLE Back in the early 1990s, when there was no such thing as colon cancer screening, Martin Mark, MD, was

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News – May 2018

Lexington Clinic Wins Community Impact and Innovation Award LEXINGTON Lexington Clinic has been recognized by Intalere as a Healthcare Achievement

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The Lure of a Small Community and Horse Country

DANVILLE The appeal of working in a small, closely knit community, while also breeding and raising thoroughbreds with his wife,

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Plastic Surgeons Transplant Tissue Between Identical Twins

LOUISVILLE After watching her identical twin sister go through chemo and radiation therapies not once, but three times, Cherona Craig

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News – Jan 2018

Roberto Bolli, MD, receives the prestigious 2018 Honorable Maestro Award LOUISVILLE The recipient of the 2018 Honorable Maestro Award, awarded

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Kentucky CancerLink Presents “I Dance for Hope”

LEXINGTON They dance for hope for their future. They dance for hope for those in need during a cancer battle.

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