Lynch Honored for Career Spent in Research, Patient Advocacy

More than a half-century of hard science on the trail of hereditary cancer has not at all hardened Henry T. Lynch, MD.

Patients and people are still at the core of his mission. Oct. 21, the longtime Creighton University School of Medicine professor and the discoverer of the hereditary links between certain forms of cancer was honored by the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) with the organization’s 2016 Patients’ Advocate Award, recognizing Lynch’s dedication not only to the profession and promotion of pathology, but to his overwhelming demonstrations of care and compassion for patients. Continue reading…