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  • Wolin Joins Markey Team, Expands Program for Neuroendocrine Cancers

    UK Study Identifies Molecule That Induces Cancer-killing Protein

    Twitter Chat Offers Insight on Participating in Health Research

    Markey, Hardin Memorial Health Join Together to Provide Complex Cancer Care in Central and Western Kentucky

    Markey Researchers Develop Web-Based App to Predict Glioma Mutations

    UK Named One of Top Hospitals with Great Oncology Programs

    Smoke-Free Kentucky Campaign Stopping at Markey

    UK Psychologist Creating Online Tool to Help Patients Navigate Lung Cancer Screening Decision

    UK Doctor Competing in Triathlon to Benefit His Cancer Patients

    Expanding Cancer Treatment Options across Eastern Kentucky

    Drink to Your Health: Smoothie Demos Promote Good Nutrition for Cancer Patients

    New UK Study Helps Scientists Understand Melanoma Development

    One Year After NCI Designation, Markey Continues to Grow

    UK HealthCare Recognized for Safety Initiative by National Hospital Association

    Markey Patients, Survivors Showcase Their Expressions of Courage

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    CBCC receives NAPBC Accreditation

    The Comprehensive Breast Care Center Receives Prestigious Accreditation The Comprehensive Breast Care Center at the UK Markey Cancer Center has undergone a transformation over the past year and a half.   The CBCC performs a full range of services, including

    Clinical Trials:Tailored Inventive Treatments

    Clinical trials offer tailored, inventive cancer treatments by Allison Perry LEXINGTON, Ky. (Feb. 21, 2012) The following column appeared in the Lexington Herald Leader on Sunday, Feb. 19, by Dr. Jay HayslipToday’s cancer therapies are far different than the treatments

    Colon Cancer Silent Killer story

    'Colon cancer is a silent killer' Survivor Anna Arthur talks about the importance of screenings In our culture, many women shy away from telling others how old they are. As a 14 year survivor of colon cancer, Lexington resident Anna

    High Survival Rates

    Markey Announces High Survival Rates for Many Cancers LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 6, 2011) — New data officially released today shows University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center patients who have certain types of cancer have higher survival rates than patients with

    High Survival Rates(2)

    Markey Announces High Survival Rates for Many Cancers LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 6, 2011) — New data officially released today shows University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center patients who have certain types of cancer have higher survival rates than patients with

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