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Charlie Brennan – Thursday, April 24th – Comedian Martin Short; Maestro Leonard Slatkin; Dan McLaughlin
Comedian Martin Short; Maestro Leonard Slatkin; Cards Broadcaster Dan McLaughlin; Dr. Fred Fausz; Mary Ella Gabler; Jan Herman on his book, “The Lucky Few”; Jack Cheevers, author of “Act of War: Lyndon Johnson, North Korea and the Capture of the Spy Ship ‘Pueblo’”, and St. Louisan and Navy Lt. Skip Schumacher, an officer aboard the ‘Pueblo’, who spent 11 months in North Korea.
A Facebook survey of some three thousand people from the Coldwater Creek area of north county shows clusters of cancer and other illnesses some blame on nuclear waste once stored there.
This week’s edition of “Voices of St. Louis”eatured Kathy Federico, president of the Mid-America Chevy Dealers, Frank Viverito, president of the St. Louis Sports Commission, Lenell Hahn, director of admissions at SEMO and Dr. Catherine Appleton of Siteman Cancer Center.
Siteman Cancer Center Director Dr. Timothy Eberlein helped write a new national report on these cancer concerns, titled “Delivering High Quality Cancer Care: Charting a New Course for a System in Crisis.”
The researchers argue that not only does the definition of cancer need to change, but in some cases, the word should be dropped from many common diagnoses.
Dr. Julie Margenthaler says the BRCA gene is quite rare, affecting just one or two in every 1,000 people, but there are some warning signs.
Charlie talks about Angelina Jolie’s preventative double mastectomy with Dr. Terry Myckatyn of Wash U/Siteman Cancer Ctr., with Astronaut Col. Buzz Aldrin; and with Dheerj Patri and Dagan Xavier of Food Essentials.
Last fall, Cardinals left fielder Matt Holliday’s mother Kathy was diagnosed with colon cancer. She and Dr. Steven Hunt sat down with Kevin Wheeler on Siteman Colon Cancer Day at Busch Stadium to talk about […]
After competing in Saturday night’s Miss America contest, 24-year-old Miss District of Columbia Allyn Rose is going to have both breasts removed.
If you need cancer treatment and you live in southern Illinois or in South St. Louis County, you now have a new option.