Pediatric Oncologist Dr. Robert Hayashi shares perspective with KSDK on recent claims that crumb rubber athletic fields may create risk factors to children developing cancer.
For the Clown Docs, laughter really is the best medicine. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch profiles the hospital's donor-funded program.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch continues to follow the story of patient Janet Pruneau, who recently completed proton beam therapy treatment.
Mary C. Dinauer, MD, PhD, the Scientific Director of the Children’s Discovery Institute was elected to the Executive Committee of the American Society of Hematology.
The St. Louis American follows up with a teenager one year after she received a bone marrow transplant to cure her of sickle cell disease.
More than 2,500 cyclists ride in Pedal the Cause to raise money for cancer research at St. Louis Children's Hospital and Siteman Cancer Center.
Hundreds attend the Pedal the Cause Ride for a Child picnic to show support for St. Louis Children's Hospital cancer patients.
Dr. Todd Druley talks with KSDK about the importance of funding for pediatric cancer research.
KSDK highlights a special party outside Children's Hospital for childhood cancer survivors to celebrate life.
Major League Baseball umpires with the charity Umps Care make their annual visit to St. Louis Children's Hospital. Fox2 followed the umpires as they delivered Build-a-Bears to hematology/oncology patients.
NBC's Weekend Today takes a live look at a world record breaking soccer match to raise money for cancer research, and shares the story of patient who inspired the event: Jackson Steinkuehler.
Dr. Todd Druley talks to channel 4 about a former patient's family, who raises money for his research, and for the cancer floor.
KSDK highlights a record-breaking soccer match inspired by a little boy treated for a brain tumor, that will raise money for St. Louis Children's Hospital.
Drs. Sessions Cole and Todd Druley discuss dramatic advances in genetic research, and how they are getting closer to identifying and preventing deadly diseases.
The St. Louis Children's Hospital Mom Docs joined KSDK's ShowMe St. Louis to discuss safe sun exposure for kids this summer.
Five-year-old Sam from Fulton, MO, rings the ceremonial bell at St. Louis Children's Hospital, after completing his final chemotherapy treatment.
Washington University Outlook Magazine highlights Dr. Shalini Shenoy and sickle cell solutions that promise a better fix for sickle cell disease.
KSDK introduces us to Charlie North, St. Louis Children's Hospital's first proton beam therapy patient.
Dr. Shalini Shenoy, director of the bone marrow transplant program, discusses bone marrow therapy for patients with sickle cell anemia.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch follows up with 5-year-old Janet Pruneau, a brain tumor patient, as she rings the bell signaling the end of her chemotherapy treatment.
KSDK follows the family of Galen Huelsmann, who lost his battle with cancer in the fall, as they donate hundreds of blankets to the hospital in his honor.
Doctors turn to genome sequencing to diagnose a rare brain tumor in 5-year-old Janet Pruneau. The St. Louis Post Dispatch shares her story.
Dr. Shalini Shenoy talks about the successful cure of a young girl with sickle cell disease, using a stem cell transplant.
Dr. Monica Hulbert, director of the sickle cell program, discusses sickle cell disease, and the potential for a cure that bone marrow transplantation offers.
Dr. Shalini Shenoy discusses encouraging research using stem cell transplants to cure sickle cell disease.
KSDK profiles a patient recovering from leukemia who, in spite of very aggressive chemotherapy, managed to receive a perfect score on the ACT.
St. Louis Children's Hospital makes prestigious U.S. News Honor Roll, ranks #6 on list of Best Children's Hospitals.
Dr. Alison King, pediatric oncologist, speaks with KTVI about a pre-school girl with a rare brain tumor caused by neurofibromatosis, or NF1.
Music therapist Christy Merrell talks about the field of music therapy and its healing power with the Riverfront Times.
Episode 1 of The Frontline for Hope aired on KSDK Saturday, March 16.
KSDK's Mike Bush introduces us to Bryson, an inspiring child who's overcome incredible obstacles, and who just might make it home to Oklahoma for the holidays.
A patient at St. Louis Children's Hospital got the surprise of her life when a local family donated tickets - and backstage passes - to the Justin Bieber concert.
Dr. Robert Hayashi, director of hematology/oncology discusses a rare blood disorder called Diamond Blackfan Anemia with the St. Louis Review publication.
KTVI follows along as MLB Umpires share smiles -- and Build-a-Bears -- with our oncology patients.
The St. Louis American highlights the need for bone marrow donors by following the story of little Gabby's transplant.
Dr. Todd Druley, pediatric oncologist, was featured by a Philadelphia TV station for his work to better understand and treat leukemia.
Dr. Josh Rubin speaks with KMOX about how Pedal the Cause helps pediatric cancer research.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch introduces us to Katie Hilke, a nine-year-old who turned a hobby into a way to help kids with cancer.
KSDK's ShowMe St. Louis highlighted Clare's brave battle with cancer.
Cancer survivor Brooke Cantwell shares her story during a ceremony for childhood cancer research.
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