Local doctor bikes the event, then uses proceeds to study possible cures.
He says if you’re getting an X Ray or C-T Scan, always make sure you are getting the safest and lowest radiation exposure possible.
The study’s co-leader, Dr. Matthew Ellis, says these findings could lead to new breast cancer treatments.
The Center for Cancer Prevention will target particularly African-American residents in north St. Louis and north St. Louis County at first.
“We are hearing, sometime this fall, that meat prices are going to go up. Estimates are anywhere from five to seven percent.”
Cardinal expects to learn more about his condition next week.
Local volunteers are being sought for a historic cancer research study.
Republican politicians continue to work against HPV vaccination despite its ability to prevent thousands of cases of cervical cancer and resulting deaths.
Participation so far just over half of record set two years ago.
Their 2,000 walk for cancer research ends today