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It's news no one wants to hear. But if cancer should touch you or a loved one, you’ll want the very latest in treatment options, the best trained professionals including a team of top doctors, and the most advanced cancer-fighting technology -- all in a comfortable setting.
Our 35,000-sq. ft. Cancer Center combines these critical components in a location designed by doctors, nurses and cancer patients. That’s because decades of experience have taught us that comfort and compassion are just as important as the science of medicine. Therefore, our comprehensive treatment planning includes equal measures of both.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 314-996-5151 or contact the Cancer Center online.
The Cancer Center at Missouri Baptist is a member of Heartland Cancer Research, one of 40 consortia granted the prestigious Community Oncology Research Organization (NCORP) designation by the National Cancer Institute. As an NCORP program, the physicians have ongoing access to the most recent advances in cancer treatment and clinical trials—right in the heart of West County.
By participating in clinical research studies, our patients benefit from the development of new drugs and treatments, and help build upon a legacy that will benefit future cancer patients.
Plus, our cancer program is accredited by the American College of Surgeons and the Joint Commission.
Recognized as one of the region’s outstanding cancer programs, our Cancer Center is organized around these basic principles:
Our Cancer Center also offers a Healing Garden where patients may go to find a peaceful retreat or, when possible, receive treatments by the side of our reflecting pool. Our infusion areas are equipped with wireless internet for patients and loved ones. And, our Cancer Support Center is there to answer any questions to help you and your family throughout this journey.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the Cancer Center at 314-996-5151 or contact the Cancer Center online.
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