Dr. Jones Speaks: “Going on Offense Against Cancer”

“We spend a lot of money on healthcare and health insurance. The problem is, we’re not spending enough on prevention.”—

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A Discussion Worth Having

NEW ALBANY The adult diaper industry is a $600 million industry in the United States. That’s one of the facts

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Colon Cancer Screenings Increase

LEXINGTON A University of Kentucky study published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons shows a direct link

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Events – Nov 2018

Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation Holds 4th Annual Yes, Mamm! 5K NICHOLASVILLE Hundreds of supporters joined 450 runners on Saturday, October

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MRI in Early Onset Scoliosis: Is Universal Screening Necessary?

LEXINGTON One of the core aspects Shriners Hospitals for Children’s mission is to conduct innovative research that will improve the

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Norton Gastroenterologist Reports Colon Cancer Rising in Younger Patients

LOUISVILLE Back in the early 1990s, when there was no such thing as colon cancer screening, Martin Mark, MD, was

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Early Detection is Essential

LEXINGTON One in eight women will develop breast cancer within their lifetime. With these daunting statistics, it is no wonder

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Educating Patients, Optimizing Costs, Empowering Women

LOUISVILLE We hear this time and again – Women are often the caregivers for their entire family, the medical decision-makers,

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Two Teams. One System. Comprehensive Care.

LOUISVILLE & NEW ALBANY, IND. Often, when it comes to heart and lung programs, it is the heart side of

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Lung Cancer Screening – Not Just a Primary Care Responsibility

There is a major statewide push to encourage primary care providers (PCPs) to refer eligible patients to low-dose computed tomography

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