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    • NOVEMBER 5, 2018
    PMC Adopts Advanced Technology Able to Deliver Targeted Radiation Directly to Surface of Skin Cancer

    PMC Adopts Advanced Technology Able to Deliver Targeted Radiation Directly to Surface of Skin Cancer

    Painless, non-surgical treatment has potential to reduce risk of damage to healthy tissue for patients who are not candidates for surgery Pikeville, Ky — Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) today announced it has adopted the Xoft® Axxent® Electronic Brachytherapy (eBx®) System®, an advanced technology able to deliver a targeted dose of radiation directly to the surface

    • NOVEMBER 1, 2018
    PMC Welcomes Pikeville Native,  Robert Shurtleff, Family Medicine Physician

    PMC Welcomes Pikeville Native, Robert Shurtleff, Family Medicine Physician

    Communities are proud when they see one of their own follow their dreams and make them come true and Pikeville is one proud community indeed. Pikeville has rallied around the Shurtleff family for years as they have been pillars of the community for generations. Today, one of the Shurtleff family members is being announced as

    • SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
    PMC Offering Advanced Allergy Treatment With Sublingual Immunotherapy

    PMC Offering Advanced Allergy Treatment With Sublingual Immunotherapy

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) is addressing the importance of having an allergy test for children and adults. Having allergies means a person’s immune system could potentially overreact to something touched or inhaled. According to American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, more than 50 million people in the United States suffer from allergies each year.

    • AUGUST 20, 2018
    Refusing To Let Eastern Kentucky Children Become A Statistic

    Refusing To Let Eastern Kentucky Children Become A Statistic

    The Washington Post found an average of 10 school shootings per year, since the 1999 Columbine tragedy. More than 187,000 students attending 193 primary or secondary schools have experienced a shooting on campus during school hours. The rising number of school shootings has changed the way parents think about sending their children to school. Communities