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Larry C. Kilgore, MD

Research Interests: Ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, genetic risk counseling

Personal Interests: Music, guitar, friends, golf and all UT sports, community outreach and resident education.

Article: Coming home: A physician born and raised in East Tennessee brings vast experience in treating women’s cancers to the medical center (Frontiers, Fall 2009)

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Kristopher J. Kimball, MD

Research Interests:  Cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, robotic surgery, minimally invasive surgery, BRCA counseling

Personal Interests:  Golf, flyfishing, collegiate athletics, cooking, resident education

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Jonathan Boone, MD

Research Interests: Ovarian cancer, uterine cancer

Personal Interests: Friends and family, fishing, traveling, new cultures and food and UT football

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Amanda W. Berry, FNP-BC

Personal Interests: Spending time with friends and family, music, cooking and watching UT sports

Amanda Cameron, FNP-BC

Personal Interests:  I love spending time with my family and friends, camping, boating and watching my kids play sports.  I also enjoy running, gardening, crocheting and baking.

Shelly B. Foust, NP

Personal Interests: I love spending time with my friends and family, including my husband and two precious boys. I also enjoy spending time outdoors in beautiful East Tennessee, traveling and running.

Scottie Thomas, NP-C

Personal Interests: I absolutely love spending time with my wonderful husband and two sweet kids. I enjoy spending time with friends and family, my church family, cooking (and eating), music and being outside.

Hospital News
For the fourth year, UT Medical Center will be hosting Comedy for a Cause featuring comic Leanne Morgan. The event includes a silent auction, heavy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and the comedy show. It takes place at the Lighthouse on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 5:00 p.m. Current patients and survivors receive one complimentary ticket; additional tickets are $40. The community is invited.

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According to a recent report, overall cancer death rates continue to decrease.

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