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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.
Ingram's: Two Saint Luke's physicians named in Ingram's 2019 Top Doctors
Every year, Ingram's, Kansas City' Business Magazine, honors the areas top physicians across hundreds of specialties. Out of more than 200 nominees, Saint Luke's Health System is proud that two Saint Luke's physicians were selected for this year's list of Top Doctors. 
KSHB: New developments in metastatic breast cancer treatment, research
New research shows exciting advancements in the treatment of metastatic breast cancer. Dr. Timothy Pluard talked to KSHB about the latest developments for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
KMBC: Tenth Annual Boo Ball benefits Saint Luke's East Hospital
The 10th Annual Boo Ball raised more than $175,000 to support renovations to the Emergency Department at Saint Luke's East Hospital.
KCTV: "Fore the Cure" golf tournament raises money for Saint Luke's Foundation and mammograms
The Women's Golf Association hosted a special tournament to raise awareness for breast cancer and money for early detection efforts. KCTV talked to the organizers about the reason behind the annual tournament.
KSHB: WILLPower: Healing in Motion Camp helps children work through grief
Nearly 100 children grieving the death of a loved one had fun attending the first WILLPower: Healing in Motion Camp. KSHB talked to Will Shields about why he hosted the camp along with Saint Luke's Home Care & Hospice.
KMBC: Saint Luke's heart transplant recipient completes 50-mile Grand Canyon hike
Just over two years after receiving a life-saving heart transplant, Nate Miller achieved an enormous feat by hiking a 50-mile treck through the Grand Canyon in hopes of inspiring other transplant patients. KMBC has the full story.
KSHB: Game-changing new procedure uses sound waves to break up blockages in arteries
A new procedure is giving patients a less invasive treatment option for artery disease. KSHB talked to Dr. Anthony Hart about how it works.