Women treated for gynecologic cancer at Barnes-Jewish Hospital have access to a team of specialists including gynecologic oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, oncology nurses, an oncology social worker, and a dietitian. A variety of excellent services are available to support women and their families, beginning with assistance in the initial decision-making process and continuing beyond treatment to include long-term care and follow-up. A support group, Together, specifically designed for women diagnosed with gynecologic cancer and their families meets monthly at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. The Hereditary Cancer Risk Assessment Service within the Division of Gynecologic Oncology was developed to serve families who want current information regarding the inheritance of cancer, availability of genetic testing for cancer predisposition, and individualized cancer risk assessment, as it relates to their family history of cancer.
Current Fellows (Junior Faculty):
- Laura Divine, M.D.
- Pratibha Sareen Binder, M.D.
- Sara Lange, M.D.
- Marguerite Palisoul, M.D.
- Kathryn Mills, M.D.
- James Cripe, M.D.
In coordination with Siteman Cancer Center a series of audio recordings have been created featuring the Gynecologic Oncology Faculty. You can listen to these recordings directly from your computer to hear information about cancer prevention, treatment and research from our specialists. Many other recordings are available from other cancer specialists on the Siteman Cancer Center web site.
(The links below will direct you to the Siteman Cancer Center web site to listen to the featured recording. To return to these pages hit the back button on your browser.)
April 17, 2009 Genetic Risk Factors for Ovarian and Endometrial
featuring Gynecologic Oncologist Israel Zighelboim, MD
December 3, 2007 New Guidelines for Pap Smear Follow-Up
featuring Gynecologic Oncologist L. Stewart Massad, MD
July 1, 2007 Ovarian Cancer: Warning Signs for Rare Cancer
featuring Gynecologic Oncologist David G. Mutch, MD