Suzi Shoemaker, an ovarian cancer survivor and the owner of Lantern Hill Farm in Midway spoke at the news conference. UK's Markey Cancer Center patients having certain types of cancer have higher survival rates than patients treated elsewhere, according to data released during a news conference in the Wethington Building at the University of Kentucky on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 in Lexington.   Photo by David Perry | Staff
Suzi Shoemaker, an ovarian cancer survivor and the owner of Lantern Hill Farm in Midway spoke at the news conference. UK's Markey Cancer Center patients having certain types of cancer have higher survival rates than patients treated elsewhere, according to data released during a news conference in the Wethington Building at the University of Kentucky on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 in Lexington. Photo by David Perry | Staff
Suzi Shoemaker, an ovarian cancer survivor and the owner of Lantern Hill Farm in Midway spoke at the news conference. UK's Markey Cancer Center patients having certain types of cancer have higher survival rates than patients treated elsewhere, according to data released during a news conference in the Wethington Building at the University of Kentucky on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 in Lexington. Photo by David Perry | Staff

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