"St. Louis Chapter of UNICO Charity Web Site Links"
(Learn more about UNICO St. Louis Chapter charity partners - Text extracted from
each web site)
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Siteman Cancer Center:    www.siteman.wustl.edu
The Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine is an
international leader in cancer treatment, research, prevention, education and community outreach. It is the only
cancer center in Missouri to hold the prestigious Comprehensive Cancer Center designation from the National Cancer
Institute and membership in the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. Parent institutions Barnes-Jewish Hospital
and Washington University School of Medicine also are nationally recognized, with U.S. News & World Report magazine
consistently ranking both among the best in the country.
Siteman offers the expertise of more than 350 Washington University research scientists and physicians who provide
care for 8,500 newly diagnosed cancer patients each year. A full range of advanced diagnostic and treatment services
are available for patients with all types of cancer, many of them provided in a state-of-the-art outpatient facility
that opened in 2001. Siteman also offers patients access to support services throughout their care. Satellite facilities
are conveniently located near the campus of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital in Creve Coeur and at Barnes-Jewish St.
Peters Hospital in St. Charles County and at Siteman Cancer Center–South County.
- See more at: http://www.siteman.wustl.edu/about-us.aspx#sthash.GoGOruHm.dpuf
Our Little Haven:    www.ourlittlehaven.org
Our Little Haven is relentlessly committed to providing a safe, secure and healing environment for children suffering
from the tragedy of abuse and neglect. Our dedicated and compassionate community of caregivers makes
the hurting stop, the healing begin and the love last, one child at a time.
The MS Center of St. Louis:    www.mscenterstl.org
The MS Center employs a skilled and renowned team of medical and support MS specialists committed to delivering optimum care
to our patients. Dedicated to you and your wellbeing, the Center cares for the whole person, not just the disease.
Dedicated to multi-disciplinary patient care, a wide range of key patient services is offered onsite at the MS Center –
making life much easier for our patients as well as maximizing their health and wellness.
The MS Center of Saint Louis is devoted to compassionate, comprehensive care – supporting its patients in virtually every facet
of their lives. From ongoing patient education and symptom management to exercise classes and a responsive Nurse’s Line, the MS
Center is there for patients every step of the way. Take a closer look at the MS Center – our staff and our range of care and support.
John L. Trotter MS Center:    neuro.wustl.edu/research/mscenter
MS is a disease that attacks the white matter of the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). Thus it can cause a wide variety
of symptoms which vary from patient to patient. Different affected regions require different specialties to help the neurologist help
their patients. The physicians at the John L. Trotter MS Center regularly refer patients to specialists from many disciplines in order
to provide the comprehensive care required to optimize physical function. Some of the more common disciplines include: Urology, Psychiatry,
Psychology and NeuroPsychology, Physiatry, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Nursing, Radiology, Social Services, Spiritual care and
Internal Medicine. We also work closely with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The neurologists at Washington University have selected
experts from each of these fields and others who have become familiar with the special needs of MS patients as part of our team.
*   To Combat multiple sclerosis through Patient Care, Research, and Education to fulfill the following objectives.
*   To diagnose and/or confirm the diagnosis of MS.
*   To provide medical treatment for MS and manage symptoms to help patients maintain normal lifestyles.
*   To educate and train physicians and scientists about MS.
*   To educate lay people, especially patients and their family members, about MS