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KSHB: Can Working the Night Shift Increase Chances of a Miscarriage?
A new study suggests pregnant women who work two or night shifts in a week may have a higher risk of a miscarriage. However, Saint Luke's Dr. Rebecca Lobell talked to KSHB about why the study may be flawed.
FOX4: FAME: Nourishing teas for individuals with cancer
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares two nourishing tea recipes for individuals with cancer with the FOX4 morning show.
FOX4: What You Should Know About Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids
Over-the-counter hearing aids are now approved by law. FOX4 talked to Dr. Kristen Lewis about what people need to know before buying one.
KMBC: Clinical Trial at Saint Luke's Cancer Institute Shows Promising Results for New Breast Cancer Drug
A recent clinical trial has shown promising results for a new treatment option for HER2 breast cancer. KMBC talked to Dr. Tim Pluard about the local results.
FOX4: Clinical Trial for New Breast Cancer Drug Shows Positive Results
A recent study of a new drug for HER2 breast cancer has shown promising results. FOX4 talked to Dr. Tim Pluard about what this means for breast cancer patients.
KSHB: Doctors Say 3D Mammograms Help Catch Cancer Early
One in eight women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. KSHB talked to Dr. Kelsey Flynt about how early detection is key and how 3D mammograms are helping.
KCTV: Saint Luke's High-Risk Breast Clinic
Saint Luke's High-Risk Breast Clinic allows women with a higher chance of developing breast cancer to be closely monitored. Dr. Ruby Meierotto shared tips for reducing your risk on Better Kansas City.
KMBC: Saint Luke's Genomic Testing Solves Kansas City Man's Cancer Misdiagnosis
Through advanced genomic sequencing testing at Saint Luke's, Paul was able to get a proper diagnosis after years of chemotherapy for the wrong type of cancer.