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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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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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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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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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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News – Dec 2017

Gerard Colman Takes Baptist Health’s Top Post LOUISVILLE Following a nationwide search, Gerard “Ger” Colman, who served as the chief

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Shorter Treatments, Longer Lives

BARDSTOWN For Kristie Paris, MD, radiation oncology may seem a far cry from her original career path in theatre, but

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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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When Less is More

LEXINGTON There’s a lot to be said for shortening hospital stays. Besides the obvious reduction in expense, there are other

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