Cancers We Treat at Norton Healthcare

At Norton Cancer Institute, we know how scary and stressful a diagnosis of cancer can be. But you can find peace of mind knowing that world-class care and support is always close to home in Louisville.Commission on Cancer Accredited Program seal

Our dedicated cancer care team is skilled in treating all types of adult and pediatric cancers. We offer the latest, most advanced therapies available, including access to national cancer clinical trials offering promising new options.

Through every phase of care, you’ll find a full range of cancer support services and resources for the whole family, ensuring you have everything you need to take the journey with confidence. Our Behavioral Oncology Program provides care for the emotional and mental health needs of patients and their families.

Explore our highly specialized cancer care below.

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Patient navigator Karen Allen educates patients and learns from them too

Karen Allen, R.N., oncology patient navigator for Norton Cancer Institute, sees the patient navigator role as a “bridge across the canyon of uncertainty” for patients who are newly diagnosed with cancer. “I imagine my family […]

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Bike to Beat Cancer forms unexpected bond

An unfortunate reality is that everyone has been touched by cancer in some way. Mary Cambron, pharmacy director for Norton Audubon Hospital and Norton Hospital, first faced cancer when the disease took the life of […]

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Cutaneous lymphoma: Blood cancer that starts in the skin

Why does a blood cancer start in the skin? Lymphomas are cancers of the immune system, which generally arise in lymph nodes and other lymphatic tissue.  The immune system consists of white blood cells, the […]

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New joints allow teen cancer survivor to walk again

It was prom, and Trinity Goodson felt like a princess. The Pekin, Indiana, junior spent the day perfecting her nails, makeup, and hair. After she posed for pictures, she headed to the car for a […]

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3D mammograms can mean fewer unnecessary callbacks and less anxiety

Dense breast tissue can make it hard to find cancers on mammograms because dense tissue and cancers both look white on a mammogram. By comparison, fatty tissue looks dark. In Kentucky, physicians are required to […]

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Patient navigator Karen Allen educates patients and learns from them too

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Read Full Story

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An unfortunate reality is that everyone has been touched by cancer in some way. Mary Cambron, pharmacy director for Norton Audubon Hospital and Norton Hospital, first faced cancer when the disease took the life of […]

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Cutaneous lymphoma: Blood cancer that starts in the skin

Why does a blood cancer start in the skin? Lymphomas are cancers of the immune system, which generally arise in lymph nodes and other lymphatic tissue.  The immune system consists of white blood cells, the […]

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New joints allow teen cancer survivor to walk again

It was prom, and Trinity Goodson felt like a princess. The Pekin, Indiana, junior spent the day perfecting her nails, makeup, and hair. After she posed for pictures, she headed to the car for a […]

Read Full Story

3D mammograms can mean fewer unnecessary callbacks and less anxiety

Dense breast tissue can make it hard to find cancers on mammograms because dense tissue and cancers both look white on a mammogram. By comparison, fatty tissue looks dark. In Kentucky, physicians are required to […]

Read Full Story

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