Maternity and Beyond

LOUISVILLE When Women First of Louisville opened its doors in 1988, it was one of the first all-woman-run obstetrics and

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Seek and Destroy

LOUISVILLE Older sisters are supposed to torment their younger brothers. Maybe that is what Brian Mattingly, MD’s older sister intended

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Power and Precision Equals Progress

LOUISVILLE Radiation oncology is a unique amalgamation of medicine and math, physics and physicians, technologies and therapies all coexisting and

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OrthoBiologic & Regenerative Medicine: The Future of Healing Is Here, Now.

LEXINGTON Protein rich plasma, PRP, is a current topic of discussion. To gain more insight, we spoke with Danesh Mazloomdoost,

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Treating Cancers That are Bad to the Bone and Soft Tissues

LOUISVILLE Like many medical doctors, Rodolfo Zamora, MD, is the type of person who enjoys problem solving. He liked numbers,

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Presenting a New Wellness Paradigm for Pain

LEXINGTON Bodies were built to heal. This simple, yet profound statement is the cornerstone of Danesh Mazloomdoost, MD’s, practice. Mazloomdoost,

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Plastic Surgeons Transplant Tissue Between Identical Twins

LOUISVILLE After watching her identical twin sister go through chemo and radiation therapies not once, but three times, Cherona Craig

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Small Town Services Get Big City Upgrade

BOWLING GREEN Access. Access. Access. It’s been the rallying cry for years in healthcare reform. In Kentucky, and nationally, public

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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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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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