Prostate cancer was a wake-up call for Greg Patterson. Now he is working to encourage men to get checked—today. A morning argument may have saved Greg Patterson’s life. After pushing some health concerns aside for months, Greg finally took action after being scolded by his wife. The result was a diagnosis of stage 3 prostate cancer at age 55. Now Greg is on a mission to change the narrative about the disease.
Most people visit an average of seven different doctors and face years of misdiagnoses before discovering they have thoracic outlet syndrome. Shana Baldwin lived that painful experience until finding Robert Thompson, MD, a nationally recognized Washington University vascular surgeon at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. She is now dedicated to helping others find answers sooner.
One family’s visionary generosity to create the John M. Shoenberg Chair in Cardiovascular Disease nearly 40 years ago launched the evolution of one of the top-rated heart programs in the country
Cardiothoracic trainees present research and visiting professor delivers lecture at annual Kouchoukos Research Day.
Distinguished endowed chair recognizes Doyle’s vital role in transplant surgery.
The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital celebrates the appointment of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Chief Justin Sacks, MD, MBA, as the Chairholder of the Shoenberg Endowed Chair in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery Ralph Damiano, Jr., MD, shares life-saving advances in lung transplant and heart surgery with the Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.