Missouri Baptist Medical Center’s radiation oncology team recently gathered almost $15,000 worth of no-longer-used equipment to donate to cancer treatment clinics in Africa. The clinics desperately need the still-usable equipment, which is considered
Examining an X-ray, watching a helicopter drop off a patient, visiting the emergency room and gaining firsthand knowledge about health care careers — participants in the 2013 Adventures in HealthCare Camp did all of that
Allergy season is getting underway and that means people who suffer from asthma need to take extra caution to stay healthy. Theresa R. Prosser, Pharm.D., BCPS, AE-C, FCCP, professor of pharmacy practice at the
Cancer patients with insurance will pay less for chemotherapy pills under a new law that takes effect Jan. 1.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed the legislation on Wednesday and participated in a bill-signing ceremony at the
“Labels are for food products, not people.”
That was the sign created by Curtis, a member of the Friends in Action (FIA) Clubhouse at BJC Behavioral Health-Southeast. “I am a father, son, husband, Christian, friend. I