Washington University School of Medicine
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.
A St. Louis institution is getting $26 million for research into leukemia. Officials at Siteman Cancer Center at Washington University School of Medicine announced the grants on Thursday.
“Its going to be like Travelocity or Expedia for health insurance,” says Dr. Nathan Moore, Resident at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
A new study has found that women who ate peanut butter and other forms of nuts during their childhood years were less likely to develop breast disease later in life.
Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine have found that teenage and young adult women who consume alcohol are more likely to develop breast cancer later in life.
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, August 8th – Dr. Ray Davis on Epi Pens in Schools; and Mo. State Reps. Rick Stream and Bob Burns on Student Transfers and the Law
Charlie talks with Dr. Ray Davis about legislation requiring schools to have epi pens in the event of severe allergic reactions in children while at school; and with Mo. State Rep. Rick Stream & Mo. State Rep. Bob Burns about student transfers into Kirkwood and Mehlville.
The Washington University School of Medicine is looking for patients to participate in a type 2 diabetes study.
ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–A major five-to-seven year study on Type Two diabetes medicines with clinical trials is planned at the Washington University School of Medicine. Researcher Dr. Janet McGill says one trial will test the effectiveness of […]
A groundbreaking is expected later this summer on the $75-million six story facility that will be built on McKinley Avenue.
A Washington University School of Medicine study finds that laughing gas does not contribute to an increase risk of heart attack.