St. Louis, MO. Team Draft will visit Mercy Hospital’s David C. Pratt Cancer Center and meet with their lung cancer team of physicians along with key cancer center administrators.
In order to understand the state of lung cancer, Team Draft has committed to visiting both academic and community cancer centers throughout the country. Annually, eighty percent (80%) of lung cancer patients are treated in community cancer centers.
About the David C. Pratt Cancer Center:
Many forms of cancer are more treatable today than ever before. We focus on supporting you mentally, emotionally … even spiritually. We also believe prevention and screening are important parts of maintaining health. Whether you’re seeking treatment or simply learning about your risk factors, you can be sure you’re in good hands with our caring, knowledgeable staff from specialties including medical oncology, surgery, radiology and radiation oncology.
No matter what kind of cancer you’re facing, we’ll help you with a unique combination of sophisticated conventional treatment, integrative therapies and a supportive, healing environment.
Our digital imaging system connects all of our imaging, radiation and nuclear medicine equipment, so images and test results are instantly available to physicians. This means you and your doctor can discuss results and make treatment decisions in a timely manner.
The David C. Pratt Cancer Center is accredited with commendation by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons, a distinction given to only one in five health care facilities in the country. We also participate in clinical studies for every major type of cancer, giving our patients access to the latest therapies.