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The Cancer Crisis in Appalachia seeks to shed light on personal cancer stories, to inspire those engaging in cancer-risk behaviors to change their ways, to motivate people to get involved with cancer-prevention initiatives, and to encourage others to uplift cancer patients and their loved ones.

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The manual presents a practical and fundamental approach to LGBTQ/DSD health and clinical care, and it addresses several categories, including gender-affirming care, inclusive communication skills, and consideration for youth and family planning.

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Published May, 2018
By Mark A. Nienaber and Miriam Steinitz-Kannan
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
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Written for nonspecialists in a clear and straightforward style, this guide will help students, landowners, and citizen scientists identify different kinds of cyanobacteria and understand their impact on waterways.

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Published July, 2016
By William Lynwood Montell
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
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The nearly 350 humorous, heartwarming, and sometimes tragic accounts presented in William Lynwood Montell's latest book, Tales from Kentucky Doctors, offer an unusual perspective on the culture and tradition of Kentucky health-care practice.

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Published June, 2016
By William Lynwood Montell
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
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The episodes related in Tales from Kentucky Nurses reveal the significance of the nursing profession to the Bluegrass state's local life and culture.

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Published May, 2016
By Anthony Flaccavento and Bill McKibben
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
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The global economy has witnessed important changes in recent years. In From the Bottom Up: Economic Lessons from Communities that Quit Waiting for Trickle Down, Anthony Flaccavento introduces readers to the innovators who are creating thriving, locally based economies and provides a road map for others who are interested in doing the same.

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Published April, 2016
By Paul A Kennedy, Christopher B Kennedy, Rick Atkinson and John T. Greenwood
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
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In Battlefield Surgeon , Kennedy's son Christopher has edited his father's journals and provided historical context to produce an invaluable personal chronicle.

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Published May, 2015
By David G. Powell
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
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Published November, 2014
By William Lynwood Montell
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
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Covering medical practice in the state from the early twentieth century through contemporary times, the episodes related in Tales from Kentucky Nurses reveal the significance of the nursing profession to the Bluegrass state's local life and culture.

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Published July, 2014
By James O Breeden
Publisher: The University Press of Kentucky
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Of the many books written over the past century about the Old South and the American Civil War, very few explore the scientific history of the South or the medical history of the war itself. In the first volume of this impressive biography of Joseph Jones, Mr. Breeden does much to illuminate the development of scientific thought and of medicine in the nineteenth-century South.

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