Health: three men smiling at the cameraDinner for a Cause
Lexington Clinic physicians recently led the dinner service at the Ronald McDonald House (left to right) Dr. Bruce Bradley (Cardiology); Dr. Haider Abbas (Rheumatology) and Dr. Jeffrey Grantham (Orthopedics-Sports Medicine)


Go Red for Women!
One in three. That’s the price women pay for cardiovascular disease. While nearly 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented, cardiovascular diseases continue to be a woman’s greatest health threat, claiming the lives of 1 in 3 women.

A woman you know and love may be affected by cardiovascular diseases — at any age. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, claiming more lives each year than all forms of cancer combined. By making a commitment to stand with the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement — women everywhere are coming together to take action to end heart disease and stroke in women.

Join the Go Red for Women Experience luncheon on November 8 at the Lexington Convention Center.


Kentucky Ear, Nose & Throat, an associate practice and part of Lexington Clinic, hosted an October ribbon cutting ceremony as they moved into their new Georgetown clinic space.


Health: two men in suits talking to each otherNew Partnership
CHI Saint Joseph Health Lexington and the Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center announced a formal affiliation to expand access to specialized cancer treatments.


The Empowerment Series for Women with Cancer at Central Baptist Church is designed to help provide the tools and encouragement needed to live life to the fullest. The program is open to women diagnosed with cancer, regardless of where they are being treated and is not limited to breast cancer patients. Ways to Relieve Stress is November’s topic on Tuesday, November 12 at 6:30 pm.



This article also appears on page 14 of the November 2019 print edition of Hamburg Journal.

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