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Media Coverage: Santa visits Saint Luke's NICU helping families celebrate the holiday season
Santa made a special visit to the NICU at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City to help bring some normalcy to families who can't bring their babies home for the holidays.
FOX4: FAME: Chocolate Bowls with Coconut Berry Bliss Filling
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and the Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares a fun holiday dessert recipe for winter with the FOX4 morning show.
Better KC: Saint Luke's helps patients with back pain with their Integrated Spine Program
Saint Luke’s Integrated Spine Program has a unique spine navigator who helps patients through the process and helps identify the best treatment options for them. 
Saint Luke’s News: Interventional Pulmonology: The new sub-specialty that’s catching lung cancer early in Kansas City
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, but more men and women are surviving the cancer than ever before. Dr. Tim Saettele and Dr. Matthew Aboudara explain how a new field of medicine is helping to diagnose it early.
Saint Luke’s News: Forget what you’ve heard about back surgery then, here’s how it has evolved
In the past, the words “back surgery” meant long recovery times and a higher chance of complications with traditional open procedures. Dr. Cheerag Upadhyaya explains how a lot has changed in the past decade with minimally invasive surgery.
National Media Coverage: Saint Luke's Hospital NICU caring for 12 sets of twins
The neonatal intensive care unit at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City is staying busy caring for not one, not two, but 12 sets of twins.
Local Media Coverage: Saint Luke's Hospital NICU caring for 12 sets of twins
As everyone prepared for Thanksgiving week and began to count their blessings, many of the families at the Saint Luke’s NICU are counting double.
KCUR: Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute lead researcher speaks to his role in groundbreaking international cardiology trial
A new groundbreaking study is helping cardiologists across the globe to better understand and provide the most suitable treatments for their patients. KCUR talks to Dr. John Spertus about the practice-changing trial.
KSHB: North Kansas City teenager creates bags to lighten load for cancer patients
This holiday season, one Oak Park High School student is working to help patients battling breast cancer by sewing hundreds of special handmade bags.