Leukemia Child Experiences Late Effects of Chemotherapy | St. Louis Children’s Hospital


 

Leukemia Child Experiences Late Effects of Chemotherapy | St. Louis Children’s Hospital – At only 2 ½ years old, Adam was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He received his chemotherapy treatments at the Hematology Oncology Clinic at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. After 2 ½ years of chemotherapy, Adam started kindergarten. Adam experiences learning difficulties because of the chemotherapy, but receives help from the Therapy Services Department at St. Louis Childrens Hospital. To learn more about the Late Effects Program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, visit www.stlouischildrens.org

 

Two St. Charles County clinics to move into larger quarters

Filed under: St. Louis Drug Treatment

The Volunteers in Medicine clinics in Lake Saint Louis and St. Charles see patients ages 18-65 at no charge if they are uninsured and meet income guidelines based on federal poverty standards. Both have provided … The clinic has its office on the …
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St. Charles County deputy on trial over meth raid

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Hunt is one of four St. Charles County police officers who was involved in the raid on Feb. 5, 2009, at a trailer in Middleton, Mo., in Montgomery County. Hunt and three other members of the St. Charles County Regional Drug Task Force were assisting …
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