Cancer Care

Healing Garden at MoBap

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, and the most advanced cancer-fighting technology—all in a comfortable setting.

Recognized as one of the region’s outstanding cancer programs, our Cancer Center is organized to provide:

  • Comprehensive treatment — we use state-of-the-art technology to bring you the most advanced cancer-fighting treatments.
  • Multidisciplinary approach — our team of doctors brings together the medical specialists you need to plan and implement your care. Our cancer specialist also keep your primary care physician  informed of your progress every step of the way.
  • Research & Clinical Trials — our goals are to provide cutting-edge research advances to our patients and to participate in discoveries that will benefit the next generation of cancer patients and people who are at risk for cancer.

The Missouri Baptist Cancer Center combines these critical components in a location designed in tandem by patients, doctors, and nurses. 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.

Compassionate Care

We strive to support you during what can be the most difficult time for you and your loved ones. For many years, the physicians and healthcare professionals at Missouri Baptist Cancer Center have provided state-of-the-art cancer care to patients where they live – in their communities.

  • Art, Pet and Massage Therapy — A service provided by our Cancer Support Center, these programs enhance the quality of life of our patients and family members, and are an integral part of our your plan of care.
  • Missouri Baptist Medical Center’s Cancer Rehabilitation Program — These programs provide you with coordinated cancer rehab supported by a team of specially trained and certified clinicians and providers.
  • Healing Garden — An on campus space designed a peaceful retreat for patients. When possible, patients may 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.

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Contact information

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the Cancer Center at 314-996-5151.

Main campus
3015 North Ballas Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63131 USA
Interstate 270 and Highway 40/Interstate 64 -- just south at the Ballas Road exit
Medical Oncology: 314-996-5151
Radiation Oncology 314-996-5157

Missouri Baptist Medical Center Outpatient Center (Cancer & Infusion Center)
3844 South Lindbergh Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63127 USA
On the east side of Lindbergh Boulevard, south of  Interstate 44
314-525-0550

Missouri Baptist Cancer & Infusion Center - Creve Coeur Location
St. Louis Gynecology and Oncology LLC

11652 Studt Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri   63141 USA
Interstate 270, to Olive Blvd. to N. New Ballas to Studt
314-991-5445

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Cancer Research - the leading edge of finding a cure.

Missouri Baptist is part of Heartland Cancer Research, one of 34 community networks that comprise the National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP).

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Rapid Referral

We understand that every second counts in the fight against cancer. With every cancer diagnosis comes a host of possible emotional responses:  uncertainty, anger, and most of all – fear.  That is why we see patients within 48 hours after referral to our Cancer Center.

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Racing the Clock: Treating Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer affects an estimated 38,000 people each year in the United States. The best results with treatment are achieved when surgery is used for removal of the tumor.

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Breast Cancer Risk Assessment & Genetic Counseling

The Breast Cancer Risk Assessment & Genetic Counseling Program at Missouri Baptist Medical Center provides comprehensive breast cancer screenings and customized surveillance plan for patients with an increased risk of breast cancer.

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Advanced Treatment When You Need It Most

Missouri Baptist Cancer Center is committed to offering patients the most advanced treatment and surgical options available. As early adopters of new technology, Missouri Baptist Cancer Center offers both  RapidArc™ Therapy and the da Vinci® Surgical System.

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Giving Back - Theresa's Story

Read how Theresa gives back to others.
Thousands of cancer survivors are living proof that cancer can be treated successfully and people can go on to live fulfilling, happy and healthy lives. 

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New Patients and Family Information

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Alissa Nicks, founder of Alissa’s Hope, presents her fourth annual gift of $5,000 to MoBap’s Breast HealthCare Center (BHCC).

Donations from Alissa’s Hope Provide Financial Help for Patients

Alissa Nicks, founder of Alissa’s Hope, and Dan Schultz, a volunteer with Alissa’s Hope, continued the charity's tradition of providing funds for screenings that can save lives, awarding grants to two MoBap cancer screening programs.

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Rural Outreach Brings Clinical Trials to Patients

Patients like Mary Elise, a retired teacher in Ste. Genevieve, can take part in advanced clinical research thanks to the Missouri Baptist Cancer Center involvement with the Heartland Cancer Research NCORP. As part of the TAILORx trial, Mary Elise help researchers studying the effects of chemotherapy on early-state cancer.

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An Inside Look

Since launching in November 2016, the Missouri Baptist Medical Center Computed Tomography (CT) Lung Cancer Screening has screened 2,594 people for early-stage lung cancer. Forty-six of them had cancer. 

David Patton is one of those. Read how the nurse navigator assisted him through the program.

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Cancer Registry Report

The Cancer Registry is known for its substantial supportive role in the Missouri Baptist Medical Center’s Cancer Program. The Registry works with physicians, administrators, healthcare providers and planners to provide support for cancer program development, to ensure compliance to regulatory reporting requirements and standards, and to serve as a primary resource for cancer information and statistical information.

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Should You be Screened for Lung Cancer?

Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world. Often the disease does not show symptoms until it has progressed to advanced stages, when it is difficult to treat and chances of survival decrease. A low-radiation-dose CT scan can detect lung cancer at its earliest stages, making treatment both easier and more effective.

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Cancer Support Center

Our Cancer Support Center at the Cancer Center at Missouri Baptist focuses on cancer diagnosis, treatment, emotional support and community resources.

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Living with Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men. According to the American Cancer Society, one in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime.

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