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Patients felt noticeably better for two years after procedure to fix leaking heart valve.
The number of people in the U.S. suffering from heart valve disease is increasing. Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute has established a comprehensive multidisciplinary Valve Center dedicated to the latest surgical and catheter-based therapies to meet this rising demand.
More than 6 million Americans have heart failure, and one in five adults age 40 and older will develop the condition in their lifetime. But there are several things people with heart failure can do to improve their health.
Students already enrolled in or admitted to a degree program in a health care field are eligible for the scholarship. To date, $82,500 scholarships have been awarded to area students.
Each year, about 12,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer. We talked to experts at Saint Luke’s Health System about the best ways to prevent and treat it.
Wright Memorial Physicians’ Group is pleased to welcome a new family practice physician, Molly Harp, D.O., to the medical team, starting early February.
As of Jan. 1, Kansas and Missouri insurance companies now fully cover 3D mammograms.
Saint Luke's Foundation's project spurs urban renewal in the neighborhood west of Saint Luke’s Hospital.
Saint Luke’s Physician Group is hoping to help take care of the community in a special way this time of year and is partnering with Harvesters Community Food Network for a holiday food drive. 
Saint Luke’s Foundation announces a $13 million gift commitment from the Marion and Henry Bloch Family Foundation to support the Saint Luke’s Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute.