of Kentucky President Lee Todd (left) and Kentucky
Fifth District Representative Hal
Rogers (right) look on at the Feb. 27 Marty Driesler
Project announcement in Somerset. The project was
named in honor of Marty Driesler, a former Chief
of Staff of Hal Rogers.
Ky. (Feb. 27, 2004) -- The University
of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center, nationally
known for its work and research in the field
of cancer detection and treatment, will oversee
application of a new health care initiative announced
today by U.S. Representative Hal Rogers (KY-05).
The initiative aims to increase survival rates
for lethal cancers. Rogers obtained $1 million
in federal funding to start the project, which
serves the 29 counties in his 5th Congressional
complete details click here for
a PDF version of the Rogers news release.