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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital reports success using a targeted educational approach to teach young patients to remain motionless during MRI scans, making the process safer. (Dr. Jane Hankins)
An innovative new program helps teens with sickle cell disease ease into adult care.
Nobody likes needles. So it’s good news that St. Jude researchers have found they can replace one big needle with a magnet. The needle is used to take a liver biopsy sample to measure the body’s iron level; and the magnet is the heart of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine.
Imagine finding out that your newborn son has an inherited blood disorder. Still reeling from that diagnosis, you discover that he also has cancer. St. Jude helps one family cope.
Increasing the level of normal hemoglobin in children with sickle cell anemia might prevent the long term damage to their spleens and brains that commonly occurs with this disease.
Through two studies--HUSOFT and BABY HUG--St. Jude is offering hope to babies with sickle cell disease.
Treating babies who have sickle cell anemia (SCA) with oral liquid hydroxyurea appears to prevent the onset of long-term complications triggered by this disease.