Markey Cancer Center at UK says its patients have higher survival rates than those treated elsewhere in Ky. and the nation

“Patients at the University of Kentucky‘s Markey Cancer Center who have certain types of cancer have higher rates of survival than patients with the same cancers treated elsewhere in the state or even the nation according to new data released today,” Business Lexington reports.

“Markey officials said the data shows that the center’s patients have significantly better five-year survival rates than those Kentucky cancer patients who were treated elsewhere for brain, breast, liver, lung, ovarian, pancreatic and prostate cancer, as well as for stage IV colorectal cancer.” (Read more)

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