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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Reducing Barriers

LEXINGTON Kentucky has the highest rate of new cancers and the highest death rate for all cancers combined in the

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News – Oct 2016

KMA Elects 2016–2017 Officers LOUISVILLE Nancy Swikert, MD, a Florence family physician, was installed as president of the Kentucky Medical

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A Single Breath

LOUISVILLE A single breath may be all it takes to identify the return of lung cancer after surgery, according to

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A Fighting Chance

LEXINGTON They say you should fight the battles you can win. Until recently, fighting pulmonary hypertension was essentially fighting a

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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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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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Changing Perceptions… and Lives

OWENSBORO, KY – They say perception is reality. For a while, the perception in Owensboro was, in order to get

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Lung Cancer Screening Comes to Central Kentucky

LEXINGTON Lung cancer kills more Americans than the next four most common cancers combined, but for some Kentuckians, a new

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Game Changer

LOUISVILLE University of Louisville’s (U of L) James Graham Brown Cancer Center Deputy Director Jason A. Chesney, MD, PhD, has

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