Norton Cancer Institute enrolling patients for gotistobart (ONC-392) Phase 3 trial

Norton Cancer Institute is enrolling metastatic lung cancer patients in a Phase 3 clinical trial to test a promising new anti-CLTA-4 antibody, gotistobart (ONC-392). The study will test whether gotistobart is more effective than the [...]

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Christopher P. Rhyne, M.D., headache medicine specialist, has joined Norton Neuroscience Institute

Christopher P. Rhyne, M.D., is a headache medicine specialist at Norton Neuroscience Institute. He earned his medical degree from Windsor University School of Medicine, St. Kitts, West Indies. He completed his residency in family medicine […]

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February 2024 Norton Medical Group new providers

Scott M. McClain, M.D. Emergency Medicine Stephen R. Roszell, M.D. Urgent Jerome J. Tuitt, M.D. Hospital Medicine Shengnan Zheng, M.D. Hospital Medicine Timothy J. Ziolkowski, M.D. Emergency Medicine Katharine Adelstein, APRN Psycho-oncology Lunden A. Barnes, […]

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February 2024 Norton Children’s Medical Group New Providers

Patrick K. Hynes, M.D. Pediatrics Anna M. Boone, APRN Pediatric Neurology Elizabeth S. Deitz, APRN ­ Neonatology Brianna S. Redman, APRN Pediatrics Catherine Thornberry, LCSW Maternal-Fetal Medicine

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Norton Healthcare research physicians, scientist, staff recognized as innovators by Business First

Louisville Business First has recognized researchers at Norton Healthcare with its 2024 Health Care Heroes Innovator Award. The award honors those who break ground in the health care field by developing or implementing new technology, [...]

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How evidence-based “exercise snacks” can combat sedentary lifestyles

What are “exercise snacks”? A newer concept for evidence-based exercises, called “exercise snacks” or “activity snacks,” is gaining traction for helping improve health outcomes for patients with sedentary lifestyles. These “snacks,” which involve short bursts […]

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Postpartum cardiovascular disease makes pregnancy history a critical part of evaluating patients

Patients who have been pregnant and especially those who had complicated pregnancies are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease, but the condition typically arises 10 or 15 years after the pregnancy. Patients are screened months […]

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Diagnosing early stage lung cancer with robotic bronchoscopy lung nodule biopsy

The patient A 67-year-old woman with a past medical history of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and emphysema presented with a spiculated right upper-lobe nodule that was previously 8 millimeters in size on CT scan of […]

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Advantages of minimally invasive spine surgery

Spine surgeries have come a long way from the large open procedures that were the standard of care for many years. A wide range of minimally invasive surgeries are now possible for patients, with excellent [...]

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Reducing opioid use before and after spine surgery

Until recently, opioids have been the analgesic of choice for managing back pain before and after surgery. Now we are in the midst of an opioid crisis and know all too well the many drawbacks [...]

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Diagnosing and managing pediatric diabetes

Primary care providers and pediatricians play an invaluable role in the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and timely interventions. “Diagnosing diabetes mellitus often starts with pediatricians or other primary care providers when parents bring in their […]

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Managing osteoporosis and spine surgery

Osteoporosis in the aging population is now estimated to affect over 10 million people and significantly affects postmenopausal women, although the condition can occur in other groups. There are many predisposing factors, including a family [...]

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