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|Facilities||Southeast Cancer Center|
|Groups||Accepting First Option|
University of Kentucky,
University of Louisville,
University of Kentucky Medical Center,
American Board of Radiology
Since 1990, Dr. Miller has provided radiation oncology services to patients at Southeast Cancer Center. Board certified by the American Board of Radiology, Dr. Miller is well known for the outstanding, individualized care he provides as well as the compassion he shows for patients and their families. When he's not serving patients, he enjoys spending time on his wife's family farm, playing bluegrass music, being with his canine pals, swimming, bird watching and growing figs.
Early detection of recurrent prostate cancer is critical for optimal patient care. The experts at Southeast Cancer Center now have new technology that not only detects recurrence but also pinpoints its location. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Joseph Miller has more on this advancement and what it means to patients.
Publications & Research
- Miller, J.P.; Patchell, R; Yaes, R.J.; Berner, B.; Wierzbicki, J.; Kryscio, R.J.; Maruyama, Y.; Young, A.B. Preliminary Report on Californium-252 Neutron Interstitial Implant Therapy for Glioblastoma Multiforme: A Phase I Trial. Nuclear Science Applications, ¬4: 281, 1991.
- Miller,J.; Yaes, R.; Young, A.; Patchell, R.; Tibbs, P.; Chin, H.; Brandenberg, W.; Berner, B.; Wierzbicki, J.; Maruyama, Y. Californium Neutron Brachytherapy for Glioblastoma Multiforme (Abstr.) Internal. J. Radiat. Oncol. Biol. Phys. (Supplement 1) 17:228, 1989.
- Miller, J.P.; Yaes, R.J.; Young, A.B.; Patchell, R.; Tibbs, P.; Chin, H.; Brandenberg, W.; Berner, B.; Wierzbicki, J.; Maruyama, Y.; Californium Neutron Brachytherapy for Glioblastoma Multiforme (Abstr). Proceedings of 17th International Congress on Radiation Oncology. p. 184–1989.