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Kansas City Star: KC area woman gets 'breakthrough' drug warding off one of deadliest forms of cancer
New clinical trials are causing a stir of excitement and hope in ovarian cancer circles. The Kansas City Star talked to Dr. Michelle Rowland and Nita Jestila about the treatment that's significantly reducing recurrence in more women.
Kansas City Researcher Earns National PCORI Engagement Award
Funds will support an easy-step program to encourage at-risk communities to take charge of vascular health, starting with a first public event on Nov. 13
FOX4: Doctors urge trick-or-treaters to be prepared for cold temperatures Halloween night
With expected wind-chills in the 20s this Halloween night, doctors are urging trick-or-treaters to take precautions. FOX4 talked to Dr. Ryan Gallagher about what warning signs to look out for.
Media Coverage: Author of "You Are What Your Grandparents Ate" and Saint Luke's talk about role of nutrition on future generations
Saint Luke's Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Heart Center, in conjunction with Rainy Day Books, hosted a free event featuring Judith Finlayson, the author of "You Are What Your Grandparents Ate." 
KODE: Healthcare agreement to bring changes to Allen County hospital
The Allen County Regional Hospital Board voted to least Allen County Regional Hospital to a subsidiary of Saint Luke's Health System.
KMBZ: The bones of ancient Egyptian Queen Nefertari scanned at a Kansas City hospital
She was known as The One for Whom the Sun Shines. Queen Nefertari is one of the most celebrated female rulers in Ancient Egypt, and her remains are now in Kansas City.