Tag Archives: Cancer

It’s Our Fight, Too: Comprehensive Oncology Care Close to Home

No one should have to fight cancer alone. And at Lexington Medical Cancer Center, no one does.

The entire staff is fighting right alongside each one of ourpatients, from diagnosis through treatment and beyond. We don’t want patients to face this journey without help, caring people supporting them, and the most sophisticated and personalized cancer treatments available.

As part of the hospital’s new “It’s Our Fight, Too” cancer campaign, staff members formed a ribbon for a photo last week. Check out this time lapse video of our photo shoot. We can’t wait to show you the finished product.


The multidisciplinary team at Lexington Medical Cancer Center personalizes plans of care to ensure each patient achieves the best possible outcome. These treatment plans can include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, clinical trials or a combination of treatments. Our Duke affiliation brings the latest research to the Midlands, cooperative group clinical trials and coordination with the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Center team at Duke, and team review of new cancer cases in our multidisciplinary cancer conferences.

For more information about cancer services at Lexington Medical Cancer Center, visit LexMedCancer.com

It’s Our Fight, Too

When it comes to treating cancer, Lexington Medical Center believes “It’s Our Fight, Too.” Our multidisciplinary team of clinicians works together to diagnose and treat cancer with state-of-the-art technology. Learn about our cancer program and read the inspiring stories of our patients in this special newspaper section below.

For more information on Lexington Medical Center’s cancer program, visit LexMedCancer.com

Dr. Melanie Seybt Answers Questions about Thyroid Disease

This week, Dr. Melanie Seybt of Lexington ENT & Allergy was a guest on WIS-TV with news anchor Dawndy Mercer Plank to talk about thyroid disease.

In Part One of her guest appearance, she talked about the prevalence of thyroid disease and why it affects so many women. You can heard what she said in the link below.

In Part 2, she answered viewers’ social media questions about thyroid disease.

Want to know more? Dr. Seybt will give a FREE lecture called “Advances in Surgical Management of Thyroid Disease” on Monday, April 28 in the Lexington Medical Park 1 Auditorium on the hospital campus. The lecture is free and open to the public. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask the doctor questions.