Making the Impossible Possible

LOUISVILLE The treatment of head and neck cancers has long had the potential to damage sensitive, quality of life-giving tissues.

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CHI Saint Joseph Health Expands Cancer Care

Editor’s Intro: Jessica Jones Croley, MD, is the medical director for CHI Saint Joseph Health Cancer Care, which launched an

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UofL Receives $11.5 Million to Advance Cancer Immunotherapies

LOUISVILLE Cancer remains one of the most difficult and deadly challenges in human health, affecting Kentuckians at a higher rate

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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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The View from the Editor’s Desk

Recently, I found myself on the other side of a doctor’s desk, but not with my tape recorder in hand.

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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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New and Growing Sustainably

LEXINGTON The new Baptist Health Lexington Cancer Center sits on the lower two floors of the impressive new North Tower

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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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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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