Generations of Care

LEXINGTON For some people, acute or chronic pain is a fact of life, but expert physicians and specialists can help

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Tsu-Min Tsai, MD, Retires from Kleinert Kutz

LOUISVILLE/NEW ALBANY In the early 1970’s, Tsu-Min Tsai, MD, was a prominent surgeon with a flourishing career in Taiwan where

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Critical Delays: The Importance of Meeting the Standard of Care for Cancer Diagnosis

One of the most common lawsuits in medical malpractice defense is a delay in diagnosis of cancer. According to the

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Stick to the Plan

LOUISVILLE Many times in life we are advised to have a “Plan B” – an option in case Plan A

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Parlaying Personal Experience into Patient Care

LOUISVILLE/ NEW ALBANY, IN Few physicians can say they have been both surgeon and patient for the same procedure. However,

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Offering Options and Elevating Education

LEXINGTON In the third grade, Andrea Colton, MD, MPH, wrote a book titled “My Grandpa’s Open-Heart Surgery,” chronicling the observations

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First-in-World Heart Implant at UofL Health – Jewish Hospital

LOUISVILLE The cardiothoracic surgical team at UofL Health – Jewish Hospital performed the world’s first Aeson® bioprosthetic total artificial heart

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The Evolution of Gynecological Cancer Care

LOUISVILLE The years 1971-1972 were pivotal for cancer treatment for women in the U.S. Three prominent, well-known women, Betty Ford,

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Knowledge Is Power

LOUISVILLE Growing up, Erica Takimoto, DO, was always skilled in science and math – two great strengths that could easily

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A Shoulder to Lean On

LONDON The prospect of surgery is at the least unsettling if not downright terrifying for many people. The questions whirl.

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