Welcome to the 2020 UK Markey Cancer Center Annual Report
In a state like Kentucky and a region like Central Appalachia – where cancer is at its worst – it takes bold action to make a difference.
When COVID-19 arrived in Kentucky, the UK Markey Cancer Center’s mission to confront cancer in the Commonwealth didn’t stop either. Our clinics were quickly reimagined to ensure safety during the pandemic. We cared for existing patients and newly diagnosed patients, too, and our expanding array of potentially life-saving clinical trials continued without pause.
The 2020 annual report highlights our services and showcases some of our accomplishments of the past year, all of which are a demonstration of our commitment to improving the future of health in Kentucky and beyond. Take a look back at the last year at Markey below.
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UK experts develop world’s first clinical trial to test plant’s effectiveness against ovarian cancer.
Markey forges promising partnership with researchers in India.
Early-career researchers lead 3 NCI-funded clinical trials at the national level.
COVID-19 presented hospitals with an unprecedented confluence of conflicting challenges.
Dr. Ueland has a deep loyalty for Markey, and a vision for a bright future.
Leading-edge breast cancer radiation treatment offered at Markey.
Lung cancer survivor stresses the value of second opinions and screenings.
Making a difference for young cancer patients
Middlesboro hospital executive experiences firsthand the strengths of Markey's Affiliate Network.
Cookbook author’s research led her to Markey for treatment of a rare, complex cancer.
Markey’s population research and community programs focus on reducing Kentucky’s cancer burden.
After Amanda Lockey's diagnosis, all signs led her to Markey.