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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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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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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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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Hemophilia, Hodgkin’s Disease, and Multiple Myeloma

LOUISVILLE & LEXINGTON Bleeding disorders and blood cancers are two areas in medicine where the dreams of a few years

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News – Dec 2015

Bertolone Receives Marc Lehmann Spirit of Service Award LOUISVILLE Salvatore J. Bertolone, Jr., MD, professor and previous chief of pediatric

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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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The Challenges of Aplastic Anemia

LOUISVILLE Aplastic anemia is a complex, relatively rare disease of the hematopoietic stem cells in the bone marrow, according to

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Relationship Driven

GEORGETOWN, KY Rick C. Myhand, MD, knew he wanted to be an oncologist two months into his first clinical rotation.

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