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It is with a heavy heart that I share the news that longtime Creighton University School of Medicine professor and eminent cancer researcher Henry T. Lynch, MD, died yesterday at the age of 91. A memorial Mass is scheduled for June 10, at 10 a.m., at St. John’s Church.
At 87, Dr. Henry Lynch still shows up for work at 3:30 a.m., his cane tapping the carpet as he enters his office. While awards pile up for Lynch, he envisions no farewell tour, victory lap or retirement. Despite unsteady legs and congestive heart failure, he scoffs at the notion that his career is approaching its end. Read More ›
Henry Lynch, MD A finding published recently by Henry Lynch, M.D., professor and chair of the Creighton University Department of Preventative Medicine and Public Health and director of the Hereditary Cancer Center at Alegent Creighton Health Creighton University…
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By Rick Ruggles WORLD-HERALD STAFF WRlTER Published Thursday April I, 2010 Dr. Henry Lynch’s findings linking heredity to certain cancers has led to a DNA test for a genetic mutation that indicates an elevated cancer risk. Dr. Henry Lynch has won numerous awards…
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