First STL Children's Hospital Patient Rings The 12-Foot BellSee video from the hospital, and at Big Bend and I-44, where family & friends of 4-year-old Avery celebrated.
Big Billboard Bell Rings For Kids Who Defeat CancerYoung cancer patients at St. Louis Children's Hospital will now have a new – and louder – bell to ring to mark the end of their chemotherapy.
Flying Cub Turns Cardinals Fan Into #nachomanAlso gets three foul balls at first game of year with mom who had undergone chemotherapy.
New Online System Helps Doctors Treat Cancer PatientsA new study finds an online reporting system helped doctors respond more quickly to their cancer patients treatment issues.
SLU Doctor: Brock's Diagnosis is Treatable Form of CancerDr. Mark Fesler says patients who go through his program typically require two to four months of chemotherapy.
Local Magazine Highlights Breast Cancer Survivors with Daring CoverFounder Cillah Hall says watching her friend battle and eventually succumb to breast cancer inspired the annual health issue.
Funeral Planned for Cancer Patient Who Was Fatally Beaten46-year-old Shannon Vincel died after she was hit over the head outside of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
STUDY: Breast Cancer Chemo May Lead to Heart FailureA local cardiologist says there are some serious heart risks that come with chemotherapy.
Chemo Drug Extends Life of Patients with Advanced Prostate CancerA cheap chemotherapy drug tested in St. Louis has been found to extend life for more than a year for men with whose prostate cancer has spread.
Lawmakers Give Final Approval to Chemo Parity BillMissouri cancer patients who rely on oral chemotherapy pills could see lower costs under legislation sent to the governor's desk Thursday.
Study Finds Music Therapy Can Lower Need For Sedatives"Most patients really gravitate towards that concept and they end up having a more positive experience when they're in the hospital because of it"
FDA Expands Approval of Prostate Cancer DrugThe typical patient taking Zytiga survived five months longer than the patient taking a fake pill, or placebo.

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