The expert team of specialists at the Markey Cancer Center has been treating patients in a compassionate and caring environment for more than 20 years. For patients with advanced or recurrent cancer, we often use the latest research programs offering breakthrough treatments and therapies. View our
patient handbook (PDF, 1.2 MB).
Markey Cancer Center800 Rose St.Lexington KY 40536-0293
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The Markey Difference Maker award recognizes the above-and-beyond dedication and talent of those who go about the business of treating cancer patients, finding efficiencies in business procedures, improving working conditions, and, generally, making life easier for everyone associated with Markey: patients, caregivers, families, providers, administrators and staff.
Click here to nominate someone you know who is making a difference at Markey!
video about our JSJ program, and our new
Jin Shin Jyutsu self-help videos.
Read about our
Jin Shin Jyutsu® program, free of charge and open to Markey patients.
Read about our monthly
Jin Shin Jyutsu seminar, free of charge to Markey patients and caregivers.
Other patient and caregiver services are provided through the Markey
Psych-Oncology (PDF 139 KB) staff.
Dr. Ronald McGarry of UK Radiation Medicine discusses TomoTherapy, one of the noninvasive cancer treatments available at the Markey Cancer Center. See also:
Research shows that most cancer cases are not caused by a cancer risk that is passed down in a person's family. However, an increased risk of developing cancer does run in some families. This is called a hereditary cancer risk. If you are wondering if you or a family member has an increased risk of developing cancer because of a hereditary cancer risk, you may benefit from the Markey Cancer Center's
Clinical Genetic Counseling Program.
monthly publication provides medical news along with commentary from a UK HealthCare expert to help you understand it.
Extensive cancer information and education resources are available through the
Markey Cancer Center's Kentucky Cancer Program.