At Mercy Clinic Oncology and Hematology, in St. Louis, Mo., we are committed to you and your fight against cancer. Our goal is to make this journey with you as fast and successful as we know how. You will benefit from our rapid, ongoing advances in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
In addition to the care you receive from us, you will receive private, personal consultation with other specialists to obtain the best care and updated treatments. Surgeons, radiation therapists and support services are located right here in our building, at the David C. Pratt Cancer Center, on the campus of Mercy Hospital St. Louis. You will never have to go far to receive personalized world class care and treatments.
We will do our best to get you back to the life you once had. Not only will you receive one-on-one care but so will your family and friends. We will work with your support team to educate and provide the care that you need during this time.We welcome you to call our office for a private consultation and a tour of our facility. We promise you will feel right at home.
We encourage our patients to participate in clinical trials to help themselves and future generations of patients with the same condition. For more information on clinical trials and research, please ask your doctor or call 314-251-7058 to find our more about clinical trials available at Mercy.
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