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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Multi-Cancer Early Detection

LEXINGTON This year marks the 50th anniversary of President Nixon’s “War on Cancer.” By 2030, cancer is expected to overtake

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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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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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Racing Against Time

NEW ALBANY It’s a common Hollywood story line. The detective races to find the clues to solve the mystery before

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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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Ultimate Continuity of Care

LOUISVILLE In early April 2020, when personal distancing and restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic were high, Sarah Todd, MD, had

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Teamwork and Technology in Tandem

LOUISVILLE For Brian J. Williams, MD, choosing the “nuanced and logical field” of neurosurgery was a no-brainer. “I enjoy working

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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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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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