Classes and Events
Cancer Prevention and Support
Look Good...Feel Better
This free program teaches beauty techniques to female cancer patients in active treatment to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of care.
To register, call the American Cancer Society at 1-800-227-2345.
Nicotine Anonymous Support Group
Every Monday Excluding Holidays 6:30 to 8:30 pm
For more information: (636) 394-2521
Oncology Clinical Trials
St. Luke's Hospital is committed to the ongoing research and development of new cancer treatments. Several National Institutes of Health sponsored clinical trials are available for patients with cancer of the breast, lung, kidney, prostate, multiple myeloma and lymphoma. Call our Clinical Research Office at 314-205-6936 for more information.
To Register: (314) 205-6936
St. Luke's Lung Cancer Screening Program
Recent research has found that a low-dose computed tomography (CT) scan can detect lung cancer in high-risk individuals who do not have symptoms. To find out if you are at risk and to schedule an appointment, call 314-205-6886.
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Tobacco Cessation Consultation
A certified tobacco cessation counselor is available by appointment for one-on-one consultation for tobacco cessation. For more information, fee and to set up an appointment, call 314-542-4888.
If interested in the American Lung Association Tobacco Cessation Freedom from Smoking Course, please visit www.lung.org.
For more information: (314) 542-4888
Yoga for Those Impacted by Cancer
This class is for those currently in cancer treatment, survivors and caregivers. Class is designed to boost immune system, increase flexibility and strength and promote relaxation. A chair is used as a prop if needed for standing postures. No yoga experience necessary. This class meets Wednesdays but does not typically meet on the last Wednesday of the month. Please call 314-205-6881 to register and for the latest up to date schedule for upcoming class dates.
For more information: (314) 205-6881