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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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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Reshaping Remission

NEW ALBANY, IND Say the word “leukemia,” and many people will immediately think of childhood cancer. But, according to the

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News – Oct 2017

Baptist Health Floyd Welcomes New Surgeon NEW ALBANY, IND Baptist Health Floyd is proud to announce the addition of Jordan

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Hearing Loss: The Unexpected Side Effect of Cancer Treatment

Cancer and hearing loss are more closely related than one might think. Research studies have revealed a strong link between

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More Than a Benign Interest

OWENSBORO You might call Jacob Hodskins, MD, MS, a born problem-solver. Not because he has the solution to every problem,

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Treatments May Vary

NEW ALBANY, IND “Individual results may vary.” We hear it so often as a disclaimer at the end of weight

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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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