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When Jack White was two years old, he courageously battled neuroblastoma, a cancer of the peripheral nervous system. In late 2001 and early 2002, a Discovery channel film crew documented the treatment and follow-up care of several children admitted to St. Jude. The video clips you are about to watch were excerpted from the program titled “Brave Volunteers.”
“We are excited to have this capability so that the public can meet our patients, understand what they go through, and learn about the life-saving research and treatment that occurs at St. Jude,” said Victor Santana, MD, director of the Solid Tumor Division at St. Jude. “This is a valuable addition to our Web page’s parent information section.”
The multimedia presentation works best for viewers who have broadband service. Individuals with dial-up connections may experience delays in loading. Click the link below to meet one of the hospital’s many “brave volunteers,” Jack White.
Neuroblastoma: Jack's Story