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If you are 40 and older and have not had a recent mammogram, join us for a quick mammogram at this convenient, one-day event. Appointments are required.
Amanda “Manda” Suchara, a 44-year-old professional musician and hospice chaplain, was enjoying good health and had just started a new job. She never imagined that her life would look completely different in a few short months.
A new Stroke Survivorship class, developed by a Missouri Baptist Medical Center nurse and St. Louis Oasis, is designed to support recent stroke survivors and their care partners as they navigate life’s challenges after a stroke.
Annual screening mammograms beginning at age 40 continue to be the best tool for early detection of breast cancer in women of average risk; however, identifying women at increased risk can help patients and their physicians decide if additional imaging or other screening measures should be considered.
Being with your loved ones while they are in the hospital is important to their healing and overall wellbeing, and we are happy to welcome you to Missouri Baptist Medical Center.
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