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UK program training future cancer fighters

UK CTOP is getting the next generation of healthcare providers ready to fight cancer issues in Kentucky.

McCain, fighting cancer, turns on GOP and kills health bill

Sen. John McCain looked like he was going to save GOP health care efforts when he returned to the Capitol earlier this week.

Kentuckians react to failure of Republican healthcare bill

Kentuckians on both sides of the aisle, have been reacting to the continuing developments of the republican's health care bill all day today.

VP Pence visiting Lexington to discuss healthcare

Vice President Mike Pence will be in Lexington Wednesday to discuss healthcare reform with local business owners.

KentuckyOne Health to sever ties with doctors to cut costs

KentuckyOne Health will terminate employment contracts with about 25 doctors as a cost-cutting measure.

Norton, UofL partner to form pediatric cancer institute

Norton Healthcare and the University of Louisville say they have partnered to form the Norton Children's Cancer Institute.

Thousands greet Trump in Kentucky amid health care debate

President Donald Trump was greeted by thousands of supporters during a campaign-style rally in Kentucky as he seeks to rally support for a Republican health care proposal.

Governor Bevin still not fully supportive of GOP healthcare bill

Governor Matt Bevin was on CNN Sunday morning talking about his party's proposed healthcare law.

Dozens Rally for Healthcare in Lexington

More than a hundred people rallied on the steps of the Fayette County Courthouse this afternoon protesting the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

McConnell faces questions about replacing health care law

Hundreds of chanting protesters gathered outside a Louisville-area hotel where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell heard from people defending the Affordable Care Act, including a businessman who credits it with helping him offer health insurance to his employees.

UK Hospital changes hospital visitation policies

In order to protect the health of the patients and visitors during the flu season, UK HealthCare is making temporary changes to hospital visitation policies.

Former Gov. Beshear Comments on Dismantling of Kynect

In an exclusive interview with ABC 36 News, former Governor Steve Beshear spoke about the dismantling of the Kynect healthcare exchange, as open enrollment season begins.

UK Healthcare talks mosquito bite prevention and Zika virus

UK Healthcare leadership gathered Tuesday morning to talk about Zika in the U.S. and abroad but also to present helpful tips to prevent being bitten by mosquitoes.

Lawsuit: Harlan hospital pharmacy illegally dispensed drugs

The federal government has filed a lawsuit accusing a hospital pharmacy in Harlan County of filling fraudulent prescriptions that a doctor wrote for other hospital employees.

Kindred Healthcare selling long-term care hospitals

Kindred Healthcare announced it has signed an agreement to sell 12 long-term acute care hospitals to Curahealth LLC for $27.5 million.

Kentucky nonprofit attacks Beshear’s ‘sad Obamacare move’

A nonprofit group that spent millions of dollars to support Sen. Mitch McConnell's 2014 re-election has paid for a statewide TV ad to criticize former Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear's efforts to save his health care reforms.

Citing study data, Beshear continues bid to preserve state health exchange

A healthcare policy journal, Health Affairs, released a study on Wednesday that former Governor Steve Beshear says shows the positive impact expanding Medicaid has had on Kentuckians.

Health care, economy focus of Paul’s town hall events

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says he will help Gov. Matt Bevin get a waiver from the federal government this summer to begin charging Medicaid recipients for their health insurance.

Former Governor wants to save Kentucky healthcare

Former Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear wants to save the Commonwealth’s health care.

Bevin responds to Beshear, says his focus is fixing ‘fiscal crisis’

A statement from Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says former Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear's opposition to his plan to dismantle the state health care program known as Kynect is an effort to promote his political legacy.

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