Tag: Kentucky Cancer Program

‘Think Pink’ event honors breast cancer survivors

The Kentucky Cancer Program at the University of Louisville James Graham Brown Cancer Center is teaming up with the Bullitt County Health Department to...

Kentucky Cancer Program, UofL Women’s Basketball team up for pink out...

The No. 4-ranked UofL Women's basketball team will offer some health awareness during its match up with the University of Virginia Thursday at the...

Brown Cancer Center brings cancer detection unit on the road

The same cancer screening services available at the University of Louisville’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center can be brought to workplaces, churches, schools or...

Let’s do the time warp again: Rocky Horror Halloween Party honors...

The Kentucky Cancer Program at the University of Louisville invites breast cancer survivors to do the time warp again in celebration of survivorship at...

UofL goes blue for a day to raise colon cancer awareness

This Friday, March 3, UofL employees are asked to do something that may make some Cardinals cringe: Wear blue. But there is a worthy...

Free legal clinic for people with cancer set for Dec. 5

Three area organizations are teaming up to sponsor a free legal clinic for people facing cancer and their families and caregivers on Dec. 5. The...

Community health screenings available Friday at Omni Medical Center

The Kentucky Cancer Program at the University of Louisville has brought together several groups to provide free and low-cost medical screenings to the community...

Bullitt County invited to ‘Think Pink’ Oct. 18

Shepherdsville and Bullitt County, Kentucky, are invited to “Think Pink” for breast cancer awareness at an event featuring the stories of three breast cancer...

State Fair provides Kentuckians opportunity for health checkups, information

Thrilling rides and junk food are on top of the list for many Kentucky State Fair goers, but it can also be an opportunity...

UofL and James Graham Brown Cancer Center receive 33,000 tissue samples...

The University of Louisville has expanded its oncology research strength through the addition of approximately 33,000 human tissue samples and specimens. The samples were...